FRYEBURG, ME – SEPTEMBER 30: Sarah Cheiker, 90, was left at a cabin in Edgecomb in 2012 by a couple and their son, who convinced her to sell her house in Los Angeles and sign over nearly all her assets to them while traveling across the country. charged with endangering the welfare of a dependent person, but pleaded no contest in court so were never found guilty and were allowed to serve their suspended sentence out of state. Now nobody knows where they are, and Cheiker resides at the Fryeburg Health and Residential Center. Meanwhile, a judge had issued a judgement of $2 million in Cheiker’s favor, although she may never see any of it before her death. (Photo by Derek Davis/Staff Photographer)

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