80-year-old man accused of killing wife of 50 years because she had dementia, MWC police say
An 80-year-old man is in police custody after being accused of shooting and killing his wife of 50 years because she'd had dementia and Alzheimer's disease for years, according to Midwest City police. According to police, at about 3 a.m. Monday, officers received a call from a man, who identified himself as Royce Davis. Davis told police on the phone that he had just shot and killed his wife and was planning on killing himself. Police officersAccording to police, at about 3 a.m. Monday, officers received a call from a man, who identified himself as Royce Davis. Davis told police on the phone that he had just shot and killed his wife and was planning on killing himself.
The women worked at an assisted living facility where they allegedly encouraged residents to fight with each other, then recorded the incidents and 15, 2019, 6:25 AM PDT By Ben Kesslen Three women in North Carolina are accused of running a fight club among elderly people with dementia at an
Three women accused of running fight club among elderly residents with dementia in Winston Salem, North Carolina, at Danby House, an assisted living center. The women worked at an assisted living facility where they allegedly encouraged residents to fight with each other, then recorded the
Three women in North Carolina are accused of running a fight club among elderly people with dementia at an assisted living facility, police and state health officials say.
Marilyn McKey, Tonacia Tyson and Taneshia Jordan arein connection with them allegedly encouraging residents of the Danby House in Winston-Salem, North Carolina,to fight each other, police told NBC News in a statement.
, where the three women worked, after receiving a tip, as first reported by the Winston-Salem Journal.
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Three women were accused of running a fight club at an assisted living facility in Police said at least one employee shoved one of the residents during this time, and all three of the women were working in patient care roles. In a separate incident, the 73-year- old woman fought with a
McKey's, Tyson's and Jordan's alleged encouragement of the fights among residents happened in June and resulted “in one resident being strangled with her face turning red ... while staff recorded and shared the video through social media,” a state Division of Health Service Regulation report found.
One of the three women was heard telling an elderly resident with dementia who was fighting another resident to “punch her in the face,” the state report said, citing video of the incident.
Another staff member could be heard saying, “Are you recording?” and “You gonna send it to me?” the report said.
The women sometimes themselves became physically aggressive with the residents, the report said, with video showing one of them assaulting a resident while another filmed the incident.
North Carolina assisted living facility workers accused of running dementia resident fight club
Three employees at a North Carolina assisted living facility have been arrested after police say they ran a fight club with elderly residents with dementia to fight each other.
Three employees at the Danby House assisted living facility started an upper ground version of Fight Club that comes with a twist; dementia patients The report was filed in June after the appropriately named fight club leaders were accused of fighting one another and encouraging patients to fight
Three staffers at a North Carolina assisted-living facility have been accused of running a fight club in which they had two elderly women with dementia In the separate episode, the 73-year- old woman began to fight with the 70-year old woman while all three suspects watched the combatants, filming
No injuries were reported or discovered as a result of the fighting, police said.
A spokesperson for Danby House, which is owned by Affinity Living Group, told NBC News on Tuesday that the three women were fired in June after the management learned of the allegations.
“Danby House has a zero-tolerance policy for the mistreatment of those in our care,” the facility said in a statement. "Administrators have been working closely with the Winston-Salem Police Department throughout its investigation to ensure justice is served. Additional staff training and a more rigorous vetting process for all new and existing employees at Danby House has been implemented.”
McKey, Tyson and Jordan are scheduled to appear in court Nov. 14. It was not immediately clear if they have lawyers.
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Wayne Juhlin told police that "he intended on turning the gun on himself and taking his own life after killing his wife, but the gun malfunctioned."Wayne Juhlin told authorities his 80-year-old wife had dementia, and he decided to end her life by shooting her in their home Monday night, according to the Venice Police Department.