Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth




Investigators arrested 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland, a licensed smart nurse, on suspicion of one rely of sexual assault and one rely of weak grownup abuse, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams acknowledged.

Sutherland was one of the woman’s caregivers on the Hacienda HealthCare facility and he was charged after authorities obtained a courtroom order to take a DNA sample from him, which was in comparability with DNA of the toddler boy, acknowledged police spokesman Tommy Thompson.

Sutherland declined to speak with police, Thompson acknowledged.

The 29-year-old sufferer has been incapacitated given that age of 3 and gave birth on the power on Dec. 29.

Employees acknowledged that they’d no idea she was pregnant. As her guardian, the woman’s mother was required to submit an annual report again to the courtroom that included outcomes of a medical examination.

Police had acknowledged they’ve been accumulating DNA from all male employees on the center.

Hacienda HealthCare on Sunday launched that one doctor who had cared for the woman resigned and one different was suspended.

The woman’s dad and mother on Tuesday by means of their authorized skilled disputed characterizations that their daughter is comatose.

They described her as being intellectually disabled consequently of of seizures in early childhood. While she wouldn’t converse, she has some mobility in her limbs, head and neck. She moreover responds to sound and will make facial gestures.

Associated Press writers Paul Davenport and Jacques Billeaud in Phoenix contributed to this report.




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