An elderly woman and another person were allegedly duped in to believing a Lower Salford man had their best interests in mind when they agreed to allow him to oversee their financial affairs. Authorities say, 47 year old Jeffery Stoler never provided the whereabouts or information pertaining to the woman’s 80-thousand dollars. He was arrested in early July when he failed to provide information for the woman, whose family contacted Towamencin Township Police. He first started managing the woman’s money in May of 2012. Stoler also must answer for more than 34-thousand dollars he agreed to manage for another person in the township. He faces a preliminary hearing on November 19th.