An Andersonville man and two Andersonville women have been charged with financial exploitation of an elderly or vulnerable person and theft of more than $60,000, according to Anderson County court records.
The three are Johnnie Shane Munsey, 46; Phyllis Joan Spradling, 71; and Tammie Jo Munsey, 42. They were indicted by the Anderson County Grand Jury in Clinton on July 10. The two exploitation and theft charges are both Class B felonies.
The three defendants, who all live at the same address in Andersonville, are accused of financially exploiting an elderly or vulnerable adult between December 30, 2015, through November 1, 2017, the court records said.
And they are accused of obtaining property, including but not limited to U.S. currency valued at more than $60,000, from the victim, Jimmy Spradling, without his consent, the indictments said.
The three defendants are scheduled to be arraigned in Anderson County Criminal Court in Clinton on July 30.
Leslie Miller of the Clinton Police Department is listed as a witness for the state, according to the grand jury indictments. Also summoned for the state was First Tennessee Bank.
The indictments don’t say where the alleged theft and exploitation took place.
All three of the defendants were arrested Monday, July 16, and released from the Anderson County Detention Facility in Clinton within a day or two. Bond for each has been set at $75,000.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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