* PEACHES MARKS ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING $450,000 FROM A CUPERTINO VICTIM

Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies are looking for anyone who might have been a victim of grand theft after a woman was arrested last month for allegedly pretending to be a healer and stealing $450,000 from a Cupertino resident. Former Bay Area resident Peaches Marks, 43, was arrested March 27 in Anaheim. She was extradited to Santa Clara County, where a warrant had been issued for her arrest after she posed as a spiritual mentor and collegeprofessor and took money from a victim. “When the victim was dealing with Marks, she had actually seen the suspect associating with other people,” Santa Clara County sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Rick Sung said. “Based on that information, we believe there are possibly more victims out there.” On Dec. 5, 2008, a Cupertino woman called sheriff’s deputies and reported Marks had stolen more than $450,000 from her between June 2003 and June 2005, Sung said. In 2003, Marks had put an advertisement in a Chinese newspaper and offered spiritual services to lonely and depressed people, the victim said. The victim had recently gone through a contentious divorce and responded to the ad in June. The victim then met with Marks, who introduced herself as “Anna Marks” and claimed to be a college professor and healer, Sung said. Marks prayed for the victim and said she could heal the woman faster if she bought gold heart talismans, which would be kept in a secret temple. Marks said she would return the hearts once the victim was healed, Sung said. The victim gave Marks about $450,000 before becoming financially drained in 2005 and asking Marks to return her money. Marks avoided contact with the victim for three years and finally disappeared in late 2008. After the victim contacted the sheriff’s office in 2008, detectives discovered Marks had connections to New Jersey, New York, Florida, Las Vegas and Arizona. Working with law enforcement officials out of state, the detectives were able to identify Marks’s mode of operation, Sung said. In 2009, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office issued a $500,000 warrant for Marks’s arrest. She was stopped for a traffic violation March 27 and arrested for grand theft and identity theft. Although she did not take on the victim’ identity, she usedinformation about the victim to rob her, Sung said. Using a person’s identity to rob them is considered identity theft. The sheriff’s office believes Marks could have robbed other members of the community. The sheriff’s office believes Marks could have robbed other members of the community and asks any other potential victims to call Detective Kristine Anderson at (408) 808-4431.

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Help authorities to jail sara miller/peaches marks and make sure that she will stay in prison for a while

 

    47 East 34th st. New York NY Tel : 212 684 4159 

(other names used for her criminal activities: Maria Marks, Anna Marks,Sara Miller,Claudia Eli etc)
Authorities have found that she has also connections in: New Jersey,Arizona Florida,Las Vegas and more 
This individual is also connected with :

(her daughter) psychic/healer she currently goes by the name of Sherri (Mystycal Gallery) mysticalpsychicgallery.com  
currently located in 3021 N Broadway st

 

Chicago, IL 60657 (773) 327-3162


( her sister  )Psychic / Healer Faye or Cynthia or Mother Hope or Theresa or  Lynn (the name used for her ativities may be more)
she currently goes by the name of theresa  107 E 63rd St, New York, NY . 212 682 6765

Rev. Sister Faye Psychic Advisor (AKA Nancy Johns) 8138 Liberty Rd., Towson, MD. Nancy Johns is the mother of Gypsy psychic “Lisa Page”.

This is the “Rev. Sister Faye’s” other fortune telling parlor: 5516 Park Heights, Baltimore, MD
beware the whole family is not to be trusted!

 

 



if you believe that you have been scammed by this individual call detective Kristine Anderson

 

at 408 808 4431 

 

 

 

 

 

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