JACKSON, Miss. – A Jackson resident has been arrested after being indicted for felony exploitation of a vulnerable person.
Attorney General Jim Hood said 32-year-old Matthew Hubbard turned himself in on Monday. He was indicted by a Harrison County Grand Jury on one count felony exploitation of a vulnerable person.
At the time the crimes were committed, Hubbard, who was employed as a care giver at a facility in south Mississippi, allegedly took the resident to co-sign a car loan totaling $21,288.95.
If convicted, Hubbard faces up to 10 years behind bars and $10,000 in fines.