Brampton woman charged with failing to properly provide medication to long-term care residents
An investigation at a long-term care home in Brampton has led to more than 10 charges against a Brampton woman.
Earlier this month, investigators received complaints from a long-term care home near McLaughlin Rd S and Steeles Ave W regarding medication that was allegedly not administered to patients as prescribed.
“As a result, investigators have discovered that 11 residents of the long-term care home, with varying cognitive abilities, were victimized in this incident,” said police.
All of the victims have since been assessed by medical professionals and family members/Power of Attorney have been notified, police say.
On Friday, June 11, 59 year old Brampton woman Angeline Richardson-Mckenzie was charged with 11 counts of Failing to Provide the Necessities of Life.
She will appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton at a later date.
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