Former Nurse's Aide Convicted in 1980's for Murder of Nursing Home Residents to be Released on Parole
A former nurse’s aide at a nursing home facility who was sentenced to prison in the 1980’s for the death of five residents may be released on parole soon. The former aide plead guilty to second-degree murder and murder conspiracy after five nursing home residents had suffocated. According to records, the convicted person is 57-years-old now and has spent the past thirty years in prison.
The state’s attorney general has become involved in the opposition against the former aide’s release and parole. The office of the attorney general stated that while the convicted murderer may have been well-behaved in prison, the threat to society still exists and is contingent upon her release. For more, read the story.
Posted on Mon, June 3, 2019
by Robert Carter filed under