Three former Cherokee County nursing home employees were indicted by Alabama Attorney General Steven Marshall for the neglect of an 84-year-old woman who was left unattended for 11 hours during which she suffered from about 100 ant bites. Michele Curry, 42, of Centre, a licensed practical nurse (LPN) was arrested and released on $30,000 bond. Kacey Allen, 28, a certified nursing assistant (CNA) also from Centre, and Shawna Rogers, 26, a CNA from Rome, Georgia, were arrested hours later. The three were formerly employed at Cherokee Health and Rehab, a skilled nursing facility in Centre. Investigators say on the night ... Read More
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