A former Edward Jones financial advisor allegedly stole more than $160,000 from a disabled client, according to federal authorities.

James C. Cox of Columbus, Ohio, was arrested earlier this month and charged with stealing from a “vulnerable developmentally impaired” female client more than $160,000 in funds set aside for her as an investment account by her late father, authorities said. The father also was one of Cox's clients.

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