Georgia man arrested for allegedly stealing $50K from elderly woman, possession of guns and marijuana

A Georgia man has been charged with a long list of crimes after allegedly financially exploiting an elderly woman by stealing $50,000 as well as the illegal possession of weapons and narcotics.

Dillion Ross Stowers, 28, is accused of stealing more than $50,000 from an 82-year-old woman. He was arrested at his home on Highway 52 in Hall County, Georgia on Monday, Nov. 7.

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Hall County deputies initially went to Stowers’ residence to investigate allegations of the theft of more than $50,000; but when they arrived they found other incriminating evidence.

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During a search of the property, law enforcement found 35 weapons, including one with an altered serial number.

Police also found 9.5 lbs. of processed marijuana, which investigators said had a street value of approximately $45,000.

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Investigators also seized several THC vape cartridges and a small quantity of Schedule IV drugs.

Stowers’ was charged with exploitation of an elderly person, 35 counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of various drugs with the intent to distribute and more.

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The suspect was booked at Hall County Jail with no bond.