Suspicious death in a nursing home in Thionville: the caregiver presented to a judge for “murder” and “theft”

Suspicious death in a nursing home in Thionville: the caregiver presented to a judge for “murder” and “theft”
Suspicious death in a nursing home in Thionville: the caregiver presented to a judge for “murder” and “theft”

A caregiver aged around forty was presented to an investigating judge this Thursday, after the suspicious death of a nursing home resident Sainte-Madeleine de Thionville, where the suspect worked.

His statements to investigators made it possible toopen a judicial investigation for “murder having as its object the preparation of a crime or the impunity of its perpetrator” and “theft from vulnerable persons. »

No intention to kill

Born in 1977, the young woman was arrested and placed in police custody two days after the events, this Tuesday. During her hearing, she recognized as being at the origin of the death of the octogenarian, without having intended to kill her. She also admits to stealing jewelry from the resident.

The Metz public prosecutor’s office indicates this Thursday that jewelry were found, without specifying under what circumstances.

It is therefore to protect yourself from accusations of theft that the caregiver is suspected of having killed the octogenarian.

The 84-year-old victim had been found dead in her room last Sunday May 12 in the early morning, lying on an armchair with a pillow on her face. His bedroom window was open and valuable items appeared missing.

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