RISP investigation using search warrants? or State-wide grand jury investigation
Letter from Cathy N., former girlfriend of Vieira Files, files, and files obtained from Vieira – health records, tax returns, his file on brokerage accounts of the Mooneys records that he has accumulated conducting his due diligence as the newly appointed guardian for Barbara Mooney – Navy Federal Credit Union, Washington Trust and USAA Anything he could find that would be helpful!
Jim talked about wealthy couple living in Hope Valley They had “millions” Bragged about him “having control” because he was “power of attorney” They thought of him as a son and wanted to leave him their money Their son and daughter were only interested in their money!
Jim had a new girlfriend, Betty V. whom Jim hired to be caretaker for Mrs. Mooney Jim owned a condo in West Warwick that was a warehouse of paintings, statues, and other collectibles that he was buying on eBay Jim bought over 600 items on eBay Jim’s daughter Joy was involved with the eBay purchases Joy’s live-in boyfriend put all his assets in her name – acting on Jim’s advice Cathy provided us with detailed information regarding the eBay user names
Daniel Mooney, Jr. – retired Navy Captain Very knowledgeable about the stock market and his investments Barbara Mooney – retired math teacher Paid the household bills and managed her accounts Was suffering from dementia The Mooney’s had three children: Daniel Mooney, III, Deborah O’Brien and Frederick
Bank accounts at The Washington Trust Company, Navy Federal Credit Union and USAA Brokerage account at Merrill Lynch Real estate parcels including their residence, cabin in Hopkinton and lots in Charlestown and Narragansett
Merrill Lynch Navy Federal Credit Union The Washington Trust Company USAA Investment Management Company Barbara Mooney’s personal physicians RI Division of Taxation
Chartway Federal Credit Union eBay and PayPal HSBC Card Services JP Morgan/Chase Bank Chase Bank Bank of America Coventry Credit Union RI Division of Taxation
6/6/1918 Daniel J. Mooney, Jr. is born 7/25/1919 Barbara Mooney is born Dec-97 James Vieira starts to date Catherine N. 1998 Daniel Mooney and Barbara Mooney hire James Vieira to prepare their tax return 1/13/2000 opened joint savings account #61158846 at Washington Trust in the names of Barbara Mooney and James Vieira 7/14/2000 Robert Arsenault conference with the Mooneys and Vieira re: estate planning issues and filing of new documents 8/22/2000 the Mooneys execute their Trusts and Wills leaving everything to their children, not James E. Vieira
4/10/2004 Captain Daniel J. Mooney, Jr. passed away June 2004 Dan Mooney, III, filed petition with probate regarding Vieira's involvement 2/16/2005 Barbara Mooney is admitted to Roberts Health Center 2/28/2005 Betty V. signs pg. 2 of BMs continuity or care form from Roberts Health Center 3/3/05 - 4/20/05 Barbara Mooney received VNS Home Health Services visits from nurses
6/2/2005 Roger Williams Medical Center conducts Decision Making Assessment Tool on Barbara Mooney 6/8/2005 John Payne, Esq., appointed temporary guardian for Barbara Mooney 6/9/2005 James Vieira delivered copies of income tax returns, some check registers, and misc. papers to John Payne 7/1/2005 - 7/13/2005 guardian ad litem files report indicating that Barbara Mooney needs someone to manage her finances
7/19/2005 John Payne, Esq., appointed permanent guardian for Barbara Mooney 8/24/2005 letter from Catherine N. to attorney John Payne re: James Vieira 11/15/2005 John Payne, Esq. filed letter of complaint with the RISP 2006 Dan Mooney, III passed away 9/7/2008 Barbara Mooney passed away
Deborah O’Brien - daughter Cathy N. – former girlfriend of Vieira Betty V. – recent former girlfriend of Vieira Ron M. – Joy Vieira’s former boyfriend Ernie M. – Captain Dan’s friend and companion Barbara Mooney’s physicians Robert Arsenault, Esquire, attorney for the Mooneys WTC branch employee Bob D.- art seller RI DEA employees and attorneys
Jointly held bank accounts at Washington Trust “Gifting” of funds to Vieira Mooney Estate Planning - Wills and Trusts Barbara Mooney’s mental state
Barbara’s General Power of Attorney appointed her husband and James Vieira as her attorney(s)-in-fact to act severally (they could act independent of each other) Attorney Arsenault explained the fiduciary duties and responsibilities in person to both Barbara and Vieira Agency relationship under a PoA is covered under Title 18 RIGL. As her agent, Vieira had a legal obligation to act in the beneficial interest of Barbara; refrain from any “self-dealing”, and refrain from taking advantage of her diminished capacity Barbara’s mental state at the time Vieira was added to the account
Review of Vieira’s tax returns Is he claiming the income for alleged work done on their behalf? What are his obligations? Were the funds that he received a gift? If so, the Mooneys should have filed a gift returns because the funds given to Vieira exceeded the annual exclusion No gift returns were filed Vieira was their tax preparer and financial advisor!
The Mooneys left their assets to their surviving children and grandchildren They did NOT name Vieira as a beneficiary They did NOT change their Trusts or Wills at any time to name Vieira as a beneficiary When Barbara Mooney passed away, her estate was left to her children and grandchildren
Her primary care physician was Dr. Noyes-Duguay from 1997 through April 2001 Nothing in her file indicating any mental impairment August 2000 is when the Mooneys meet with their attorney and sign Wills and Trusts February 2002 she sees new doctor, with Vieira at her side – Dr. Petteruti By July 2002, Barbara has “age associated memory loss” By January 2003, easy for Barbara to be victimized by scammers June 2003, observes that Barbara and Jim (Vieira) have a “strange and unique” relationship December 2004, progressive form of dementia
USAA Account # 005703145 in the name of Barbara Mooney DATEDESCRIPTIONCOMMENT AMOUNT BALANCE 12/31/2000Ending Balance $ 679,118.00 4/30/2001sale redemption by wire to Navy FCU. Navy FCU stmt not available for April 2001 $ (20,000.00) 7/12/2001sale redemption by wire to Navy FCU. Traced into checking a/c# 0577010705 $ (150,000.00) 9/19/2001saleredemption by check. (A) $ (246,171.05) 9/30/2001Ending Balance $ - Total $ (416,171.05)
USAA Account # 000127040 in the name of Daniel Mooney DATEDESCRIPTIONCOMMENT AMOUNT BALANCE 12/31/2000Ending Balance $ 681,726.25 1/31/2001Ending Balance $ 696,703.43 2/28/2001Ending Balance $ 544,704.81 3/30/2001Ending Balance $ 448,630.30 4/30/2001sale redemption by wire to Navy FCU. Navy FCU stmt not available for April 2001 $ (20,000.00) 4/30/2001Ending Balance $ 503,196.19 5/31/2001Ending Balance $ 514,229.51 6/30/2001Ending Balance $ 521,431.87 7/31/2001Ending Balance $ 479,598.69 8/31/2001Ending Balance $ 442,362.55 9/20/2001saleredemption by check. (A) $ (351,217.00) 9/20/2001saleredemption by check. (A) $ (123.34) 9/30/2001Ending Balance $ - Total $ (371,340.34)
DateCheck #Payee AmountMemoEndorsementComment 07/19/012707James E. Vieira $ 9,385.74Qtr. Ended 6/30/01James E. Vieira and Joy E. Vieirafront of ck 794591 10/1/20012759James E. Vieira $ 16,825.95q.e. 9/30/01 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUdeposited into Chartway CU 12/26/012825James Vieira $ 37,698.0010/1 - 12/29/01 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 06/18/022944James Vieira $ 88,000.00 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 09/15/023007James Vieira $ 38,672.003/30 - 4/30/02 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CU 12/15/023082James Vieira $ 32,821.5041,871.50 - 9,050 = 32,821.50 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 04/03/033160James Vieira $ 35,930.55Qtr. Ended 3/31/03 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CU 05/12/033171James Vieira $ 25,000.00 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 06/30/033194James Vieira $ 10,724.302nd QTR. 2003 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 08/04/033215James Vieira $ 12,465.00July 1- 31, 2003James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow 09/02/033228James Vieira $ 25,000.00 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CU 09/15/033237James Vieira $ 12,434.00 James Vieira and Denise M. Jallow/ Chartway CUfront of ck 830391 Total to James Vieira $ 344,957.04
DateDescriptionPayee or FBOComment Deposit Withdrawal BalanceBranch 10/3/2001Deposit to open accountJames VieiraJames Vieira from Barbara Mooney Navy FCU ck#2759 $ 16,825.95 40 10/3/2001Deposit to open accountJames VieiraWestern Union MO #06-399341161 to James Vieira $ 225.00 $ 17,050.95 11/5/2001102James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 185.90 $ 17,564.30 12/8/2001DepositJames Vieira James Vieira from Barbara Mooney (image from NFCU)Navy FCU ck#2825 $ 37,698.00 $ 54,538.5540 1/8/2002105James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 194.20 $ 53,664.62 3/5/2002109James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 79.15 $ 52,080.87 3/20/2002113James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 2,000.00 $ 48,130.8722 3/20/2002114James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 4,900.00 $ 38,345.8740 3/21/2002115James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 35,345.8722 3/21/2002116James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 32,345.8740 3/22/2002117James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 29,345.8722 3/22/2002118James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 4,900.00 $ 24,445.8740 3/23/2002119James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 21,445.8740 3/25/2002121James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 18,445.8740 3/28/2002122James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 11,845.8722 3/29/2002DepositJames VieiraJames Vieira from Barbara Mooney Navy FCU ck#2896 $ 38,672.00 $ 50,517.8740 3/29/2002124James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 47,517.8740 3/30/2002125James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 44,517.8740 4/4/2002126James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 116.80 $ 35,283.82 4/5/2002128James Vieira Glenn Taylor /James Vieira April 2002, Greenwich Estates Unit #20 $ 750.00 $ 34,533.82 4/25/2002Deposit James Vieira fbo Deborah O'BrienFidelity Investments ck to James Vieira fbo: Deborah O'Brien $ 24,532.50 $ 43,766.3240 4/25/2002DepositJames VieiraKevin Hathaway to James Vieira "taxes: $ 300.00 $ 44,066.32 4/29/2002137James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 41,266.3240 4/30/2002138James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 33,766.3222
5/1/2002140James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 26,266.3240 5/2/2002142James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 23,266.3240 5/2/2002136James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 112.55 $ 22,153.77 5/4/2002144James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 16,653.7740 5/8/2002143James Vieira Glenn Taylor /James Vieira April 2002, Greenwich Estates Unit #20 $ 750.00 $ 13,438.27 5/17/2002147James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 6,341.4240 5/28/2002148James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 3,000.00 $ 3,341.4240 5/29/2002149James VieiraJames Vieira / cashed at Chartway $ 800.00 $ 2,541.4240 6/3/2002151James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 27.65 $ 2,513.77 6/6/2002150James Vieira Glenn Taylor /James Vieira April 2002, Greenwich Estates Unit #20 $ 750.00 $ 1,763.77 6/17/2002DepositJames Vieira James Vieira from Barbara Mooney, a/c#1612076 Washington Trust ck#5126 $ 12,000.00 $ 13,665.22 6/18/2002DepositJames VieiraNavy FCU ck# 2944 to James Vieira from Barbara Mooney $ 88,000.00 $101,665.2240 6/25/2002154James Vieira Chase Gold Master Card for James Vieira a/c# 5490-9300- 8012-3353 $ 9.10 $ 88,156.12 6/27/2002DepositJames Vieira Cashiers Check #25661 for $30k issued to James E. Vieira. Signed by JEV and Denise Jallow. From Barbara Mooney Washington Trust savings a/c# 61158846 $ 30,000.00 $115,156.12 7/15/2002171James Vieira Household Credit Services/ James Vieira a/c# 5408-0100- 0539-4743 $ 68.95 $ 70,441.65 $248,253.45 $ 60,644.30 Source of deposits from Barbara Mooney accounts Source of deposit is from Deborah O'Brien, daughter of Barbara Mooney DateDescriptionPayee or FBOComment Deposit Withdrawal BalanceBranch
Merrill Lynch Account # 867-75514 in the names of Capt. Daniel Mooney and Barbara Mooney JWTROS DATEDESCRIPTIONCOMMENT AMOUNT BALANCE 1/31/2001Total Value of Account $ 265,360.87 11/28/2003Total Value of Account $ 312,855.96 12/19/2003Withdrawal ck T 00867-87740 deposited into Washington Trust savings a/c# 61158846 $ (308,675.90) $ 4,180.06 12/22/2003Withdrawal ck A 51129-69100 deposited into Washington Trust savings a/c# 61158846 $ (17.55) $ 4,162.51 12/31/2003Total Value of Account $ 1,834.18 3/31/2004Total Value of Account3 month period $ 1,821.69 4/30/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,821.69 5/28/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,821.69 6/30/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,806.69 7/30/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,806.69 8/31/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,806.69 9/30/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,791.69 10/29/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,791.69 11/30/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,791.69 12/31/2004Total Value of Account $ 1,791.69 1/31/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,711.69 2/28/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,711.69 3/21/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,711.69 4/29/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,696.69 5/31/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,696.69 6/30/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,696.69 7/29/2005Total Value of Account $ 1,681.69
From 6/28/2002 through 6/7/2005 71 withdrawals were made by Vieira The first withdrawal was for $30,000, in the form of a cashier’s check, which was deposited into the Chartway FCU account of Denise Jallow 70 withdrawals for $5000 were systematically made throughout the 3 years Total funds to Vieira $372,500
Flow of Funds Among Bank Accounts James E. Vieira 06RIX1-9-OF Source Account/ Account HolderDate/ Time Period AmountDestination Account/ Account Holder USAA a/c# 0057034154/30/2001 $ 20,000.00Navy Federal Credit Union a/c# 0577010705 Barbara Mooney7/12/2001 $ 150,000.00Daniel J. and Barbara F. Mooney 9/19/2001 $ 246,171.05 USAA a/c# 0001270404/30/2001 $ 20,000.00Navy Federal Credit Union a/c# 0577010705 Daniel Mooney9/20/2001 $ 351,340.34Daniel J. and Barbara F. Mooney subtotal $ 787,511.39 Navy Federal Credit Union a/c# 05770107057/19/2001 - 9/15/2003 $ 344,957.04 James E. Vieira via Denise Jallow's checking a/c#830391 at Chartway Federal Credit Union Daniel J. Mooney Jr. and Barbara F. Mooney NOTE: per the check registers, $441,921.74 was written to James E. Vieira Merrill Lynch a/c# 867-7551412/19/2003 - 12/22/2003 $ 308,693.45The Washington Trust Company a/c# 61158846 Barbara and Daniel MooneyBarbara F. Mooney and James E. Vieira The Washington Trust Company a/c# 611588466/28/2002 - 6/7/2005 $ 372,500.00James E. Vieira Barbara F. Mooney and James E. Vieira The Washington Trust Company a/c# 16120766/18/2002 - 1/25/2005 $ 34,078.60James E. Vieira
USAA account of Barbara Mooney USAA account of Daniel Mooney Navy Federal Credit Union account of Daniel and Barbara Mooney $787,511.39 Chartway Federal Credit Union Account of Denise Jallow (daughter of James E. Vieira) $344,947.04 $371,340.34 $416,171.05 Merrill Lynch account of Daniel and Barbara Mooney The Washington Trust Company Savings account of Barbara Mooney and James Vieira $308,693.45 Withdrawals made by James E. Vieira $372,500 The Washington Trust Company Checking Account of Daniel and Barbara Mooney Checks payable to James E. Vieira $34,078.60 Total Dollars to James E. Vieira $751,535.64 FLOW OF FUNDS
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July 29, 2009 the state-wide grand jury reported out on the investigation into the actions of James E. Vieira A fifteen count indictment was issued Each count pertained to the various accounts of the Mooneys The violations of RIGL were all larceny related charges
§ 11-41-1 Stealing as larceny. – Every person who shall steal any money, goods, or chattels, or any note of the general treasurer of this state for the payment of money, any bank bill, any certificate of any bank or of any public officer or corporation securing the payment of money to any person or certifying it to be due, any certificate of stock in any corporation, any order entitling a person to money or other article, or any bill of exchange, bill of lading, railroad ticket, bond, warrant, obligation, bill, or promissory note for the payment of money, or other valuable property, or any record or paper belonging to any public officer, or any writ, warrant, or other legal process, or any book or part of one containing an account, any receipt for money or other article paid or delivered, any adjustment or document of any kind relating to the payment of money or delivery of any article, any indenture of apprenticeship, or any deed, covenant, indenture, or assurance whatsoever respecting any property, real or personal, shall be deemed guilty of larceny.
§ 11-41-3 Embezzlement and fraudulent conversion. – Every official of a financial institution and every officer, agent, clerk, servant, or other person to whom any money or other property shall be entrusted for any specific purpose, and every person acting as executor, administrator, conservator, guardian, receiver, assignee, custodian, or trustee appointed by order, decree or judgment of court, or by deed, will or other instrument in writing, who shall embezzle or fraudulently convert to his or her own use, or who shall take or secrete, with intent to embezzle or fraudulently convert to his or her own use, any money or other property which shall have come into his or her possession or shall be under his or her care or charge by virtue of his or her employment or for that specific purpose or by virtue of his or her acting as executor, administrator, guardian, conservator, receiver, assignee, custodian, or trustee, and every person who shall collect or receive money or property from another for a commission to be retained out of the money or other property so collected or received, and who shall fraudulently retain out of that money or property so collected or received more than the amount of the commission, and shall embezzle or fraudulently convert it to his or her own use, or shall take or secrete it with intent to embezzle or fraudulently to convert the same to his or her own use, shall be deemed guilty of larceny and shall be fined not more than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) or three (3) times the value of the money or property thus embezzled or converted, whichever is greater, or imprisoned not more than twenty (20) years, or both, except that if the sum or value of the property embezzled is less than one hundred dollars ($100), he or she shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000), or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
§ 11-41-4 Obtaining property by false pretenses or personation. – Every person who shall obtain from another designedly, by any false pretense or pretenses, any money, goods, wares, or other property, with intent to cheat or defraud, and every person who shall personate another or who shall falsely represent himself or herself to be the agent or servant of another and shall receive any money or other property intended to be delivered to the person so personated, or to the alleged principal or master of that agent or servant, shall be deemed guilty of larceny.
§ 11-41-5 Penalties for larceny. – (a) Any person convicted of any offense under §§ 11-41-1 – 11-41-6, except § 11-41-3, if the value of the property or money stolen, received, embezzled, fraudulently appropriated, converted, or obtained, received, taken, or secreted by false pretenses or otherwise with intent to cheat, defraud, embezzle, or fraudulently convert exceeds one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), or if the property is a firearm as defined in § 11- 47-5.1, regardless of its value, shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than ten (10) years or by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000), or both. If the value of the property or money does not exceed one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), the person shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than one year, or by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500), or both. Any person convicted of an offense under § 11-41-2 who shall be found to have knowingly obtained the property from a person under eighteen (18) years of age, notwithstanding the value of the property, shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than ten (10) years or by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000), or both. (b) Any person convicted of an offense in violation of §§ 11-41-1 – 11-41-7, except § 11-41-3, which involves a victim who is a person sixty-five (65) years of age or older at the time of the offense and which involves property or money stolen, received, embezzled, fraudulently appropriated, converted, or obtained, received, taken, or secreted by false pretenses or otherwise with intent to cheat, defraud, embezzle, or fraudulently convert, with a value in excess of five hundred dollars ($500), shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than two (2) years but not more than fifteen (15) years or by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000), or both. If the value of the property or money does not exceed five hundred dollars ($500), the person shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than one year but not more than five (5) years or by a fine of not more than three thousand dollars ($3,000), or both.
Summary of Funds to Joy E. Vieira James E. Vieira 06RIX1-9-OF Account/ Account Holder Total Dollars Navy Federal Credit Union checking a/c #0577010705 $ 9,385.74 Daniel J. Mooney Jr. and Barbara F. Mooney check # 2707 payable to James E. Vieira, endorsed by him and Joy E. Vieira Summary of Funds to Denise Jallow James E. Vieira 06RIX1-9-OF Account/ Account Holder Total Dollars Chartway Federal Credit Union checking a/c# 830391 $ 248,253.45 Denise Jallow less: checks payable to/fbo James E. Vieira $ (60,644.30) NOTE: not all canceled check copies have been provided yet. $ 187,609.15
Jury waived trial Presentation of the prosecution 16 witnesses Stephen Morrissey, Esquire John Payne, Jr., Esquire Ann Lain, Esquire Robert Arsenault, Esquire Deborah O’Brien Ernest Morningstar Catherine Neary Ronald McMullen Robert Derrick Dr. Stephen Petteruti Inv. Lori A. Tellier Donna Williams, Washington Trust employee Denise Jallow Joy Vieira Division of Taxation
What do you think? Guilty of larceny? Not guilty of larceny?