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Two Suspects Arrested for Aggravated Elderly Abuse
Osceola County – Osceola County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jorge Luis Gonzalez-Gonzalez and May Dollys Perez-Paz and charged them with Aggravated Elderly Abuse and Practicing Medicine Without a License.
The investigation began in June when deputies took a report from a 72-year old man and his wife. The victim told deputies he and his wife were first contacted by Gonzalez and Paz after seeing a Craig’s list advertisement for a dog. They later met the couple at a dog show and soon become friends. Gonzalez and Paz saw the victim was unable to walk and offered to assist him with Humira injections for his arthritis. Initially, the victim was responding well to the treatments, but soon after these injections were administered, the victim was diagnosed with a blood infection and went into a stroke-like coma which doctors indicated could have been caused by the Humira injections. Detectives contacted Gonzalez and Paz, but they refused to cooperate with the investigation. Based on the victims’ statements and medical information provided by the hospital, detectives obtained a felony warrant for Gonzalez and Paz for Aggravated Elderly Abuse and Practicing Medicine Without a License. They were arrested and booked into the Osceola County Jail.
- May Dollys Perez-Paz (DOB 5/25/89), 14222 SW 146th Avenue, Miami
- Jorge Luis Gonzalez-Gonzalez (DOB 9/2/89), 14222 SW 146th Street, Miami