Three Nursing Home Workers Arrested for Taking Inappropriate Photos of Deceased Residents

Three Nursing Home Workers Arrested for Taking Inappropriate Photos of Deceased Residents

Three nursing home workers in Oklahoma have been arrested for taking explicit photos of deceased elderly patients. The Golden Age Nursing Facility has taken action, and an investigation is ongoing.

Oklahoma, Bollywood Fever: In a shocking and appalling case, three female nursing home workers have been arrested for taking overtly sexual photos of deceased elderly patients’ bodies at the Golden Age Nursing Facility in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The disturbing behavior came to light in April when a former employee alerted the Guthrie Police Department.

Guthrie Police Chief Don Sweger explained, “Some employees were involved in sending some inappropriate pictures of their patients. We found pictures of some deceased persons and suspects playing in pubic hair.”

The suspects facing charges of elderly abuse are 21-year-old Jade Williams, 21-year-old Aubrey Granata, and 20-year-old McKenzie Bolfa. Sweger noted, “They had excuses for some of their behavior, but it didn’t really match up with the evidence that we had uncovered.”

Three Nursing Home Workers Arrested for Taking Inappropriate Photos of Deceased Residents

According to court documents, the three women exchanged Snapchats of elderly patients between each other. One video reportedly showed an elderly resident in bed, wearing only a shirt and diaper, with fecal matter on his socks and bedding. “It’s probably one of the saddest things,” said Sweger. “We take service to everybody very responsibly, but especially for those who don’t have a voice for themselves.”

Investigators also found another video depicting a male resident lying on his stomach, unclothed from the waist down. Additionally, photos allegedly surfaced showing deceased residents being mocked by the workers post-mortem.

Authorities emphasized their commitment to a thorough investigation of these serious allegations. “Without us and without other people that care, there’s just no justice,” said Sweger.

In response to the allegations, Golden Age Nursing Facility director Tandie Hastings issued a statement to KFOR:

“Golden Age Nursing Home endeavors to ensure the safety and well-being of its residents. Upon receiving information related to certain allegations against its employees, the facility began working with local law enforcement and other appropriate authorities to respond. The employees involved had cleared background checks, were educated related to residents’ rights/safety, and have been terminated from employment. We are committed to protecting the privacy and safety of the residents and families involved and will continue to keep them updated with any developments related to this matter.”

The facility has expressed a strong commitment to cooperating fully with the investigation and ensuring such behavior is not repeated, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding the dignity and privacy of all residents. As the investigation continues, the community and families affected are looking for answers and justice for the victims.

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