Woman accused of defrauding Tucson man of $2M
TUCSON, Ariz. -- A woman is in custody accused of defrauding a 92-year-old Tucson man out of more than $2 million.
Tucson police said 45-year-old Donna Iman was arrested Monday. She's being held on suspicion of fraudulent schemes and theft.
Fraud unit detectives said the unidentified man met Iman at church and she told him she needed help to pay for medical expenses.
From 2010 through 2012, the man said he deposited more than $2 million into Iman's bank account. But police said there's no evidence that she had any medical treatments or procedures other than cosmetic surgery.
Police said Iman paid nearly $330,000 for some land in May 2011 and began building a million-dollar home and also bought vehicles for herself and family members.
Police didn't know if she has a lawyer.