Assistant AG: They Plead, Or He May
Seek Indictments From Grand Jury
FLY CREEK – How felony cases will go forward against three of four suspects in the Memorial Day Weekend neglect case at the Focus at Otsego nursing home may be decided Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Otsego Town Court, according to proceedings held here today.
One case, against Sarah Schuyler, 29, a certified nursing assistant, was held over until that date, when – possibly – a plea will be entered.
Two other suspects also charged with failing to provide care to a 94-year-old resident – they are Lorraine Caldwell, 54, Holland Patent, and Amanda Gus, 30, Hartwick – will also appear on the 16th, according to Assistant Attorney General Paul Clyne, who represented Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office in court.