Cops bust man in St. John’s sex case; Smith said police reviewed personnel files and patient medical records and conducted numerous interviews during the investigation
Jackson Hole, WY - A 49-year-old Jackson man was arrested Monday on three counts of third-degree sexual assault stemming from alleged incidents witnessed at St. John’s Living Center. Police Sgt. Todd Smith said detectives from his agency as well as Teton County Sheriff’s Office arrested the man following an investigation that began April 11. On that day, Jackson police were informed that the male aide allegedly had inappropriate physical contact with elderly female residents of the Living Center, Smith said. The investigation revealed that several Living Center employees allegedly witnessed the man committing actions during a two-year period that were "criminal in nature due to the physical and mental helplessness of the victims," according to a press release from the police department.
May 2, 2006