Nurse Accused Of Amputating Man’s Foot For Her Family’s Taxidermy Shop
View Source | November 8, 2022 12:28 pm
Click to read full article
- As the registered nurse amputated her patient’s right foot on the afternoon of May 27, she told colleagues that her family owned a taxidermy shop, the affidavit alleges. Her co-workers recalled her saying that she planned to take the 62-year-old patient’s foot from the nursing home in Spring Valley, Wis., and display it at the shop.
- According to them, she said she wanted to put a sign next to it: “wear your boots kids.”
- Brown, 38, was charged Thursday with two felonies: mayhem and intentionally causing great bodily harm to an elderly person. The Pierce County district attorney has enhanced the possible punishment for each charge by up to six years because she’s accused of victimizing someone 60 or older.
Share This Article: