The helper charged with intimately assaulting an incapacitated studious who gave birth during a Phoenix medical trickery pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.
Nathan Sutherland, 36, was arrested on guess of passionate attack and exposed adult abuse on Jan. 23 after an unclear woman, 29, went into labor during a long-term caring core where she has been a studious for about 10 years.
Authorities began questioning a box as a passionate attack after training a lady was non-verbal and unqualified of relocating on her possess and, according to her lawyer, has “no ability to conflict or even cry out.”
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The Phoenix Police Department pronounced during a review DNA samples from countless masculine employees during a trickery were requested and matched a representation from a baby.
Sutherland, who had been an worker of Hacienda HealthCare given 2011, was dismissed shortly after a trickery schooled of his arrest.
He is being hold in Maricopa County Superior Court on a cash-only $500,000 bond.
Sutherland was a protected unsentimental helper during Hacienda HealthCare and supposing caring to a lady around a time she became pregnant, military said.
The woman’s caregivers were reportedly unknowingly she was profound until she went into labor. Hacienda HealthCare pronounced in early Jan that it has “increased confidence measures to safeguard a reserve of all a patients.”
Hacienda’s CEO, Bill Timmons, quiescent on Jan. 7 and a alloy also quiescent final month, a trickery announced. Another alloy was suspended.
Sutherland is due behind in justice on Mar 19.