With his response becoming quieter and quieter as he pleaded guilty in Crawford County Court of Common Pleas to each of eight charges, an elderly Meadville woman’s former financial adviser now faces more than six decades in prison.
When he is sentenced in January, David E.A. Seagren, 69, of Bradford could be sentenced to up to 62 years in prison, receive $140,000 in fines and have to pay nearly $190,000 in restitution.
Seagren pleaded guilty Thursday before President Judge Anthony J. Vardaro to a total of six counts of theft by deception and two counts of forgery filed by Meadville Police Department for taking thousands of dollars from a 97-year-old woman’s bank accounts and using the money himself. Read more »