Baltimore Woman Charged with Misappropriation of
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that Marilyn St. Louis
Walkes, 52, of the 3000 block of Thorndale Avenue in Baltimore was charged
in the District Court for Baltimore County with one count of Misappropriation
by a Fiduciary.
From May, 2005 through
June, 2006, it is alleged that St. Louis Walkes fraudulently
appropriated money from a developmentally disabled
woman who was in her care. The case is being prosecuted by the
Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Maryland Attorney General’s
While a criminal charge is only an accusation and all persons
are presumed innocent unless proven guilty, a charge of Misappropriation
by a Fiduciary is a misdemeanor, punishable by not less than one
year imprisonment and not exceeding 5 years in jail. Trial is scheduled
for June 26, 2007 in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore
County in Towson.