2 accused of stealing from disabled 73-year-old

They allegedly took 'tens of thousands' from the Oregon City man

Rosemarie Henley (left) and Jack Dunn (right) allegedly used their power of attorney privileges to take money from 73-year-old Wayne Faulk, who was disabled.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Two Redland residents allegedly spent tens of thousands of dollars which belonged to a developmentally disabled 73-year-old Oregon City man after the man gave the 2 people power of attorney, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said.

Rosemarie Hildegard Henley, 49, and Jack Allen Dunn, 43, were both arrested on multiple counts of first-degree theft and first-and-second-degree criminal mischief. Dunn was also arrested on one count of possessing an unlawful silencer. They were arrested on Nov. 20.

After an investigation, the sheriff’s office said Faulk gave Henley and Dunn power of attorney in mid-2015, which gave the 2 control of Faulk’s finances, including his disability payments and social security. Henley and Dunn allegedly took money from Faulk and also worked farm animals on his 40-acre property.

Here are the full charges

Rosemarie Henley:
– 2 counts: Criminal Mistreatment in the First Degree
– 2 counts: Criminal Mistreatment in the Second Degree
– 4 counts: Theft in the First Degree

Jack Dunn:
– 2 counts: Criminal Mistreatment in the First Degree
– 2 counts: Criminal Mistreatment in the Second Degree
– 4 counts: Theft in the First Degree
– 1 count: Possession of an Unlawful Silencer