Welcome to our new post in this post we talk about the recent incident ,According to authorities, a Woman in Mississippi arrested on suspicion Due to fake nursing credentials may have used the license number of a deceased person and requires mental health treatment.
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Aberdeen Police Chief Kwinel Shumpert told Newsbuzzr that Mary Moore was arrested on November 21, facing charges of deception and a serious crime.
In which jail the case was filed
The case was filed in the Monroe County Jail.
Allegations of using the license number of a deceased person against the woman
Shumpert stated that Moore was properly certified at one point but suffered a mental breakdown, and her license expired in 2017.
It is unclear who is legally representing Moore, and the Monroe County Circuit Clerk did not respond promptly to requests for comments.
According to Shumpert, Moore was employed at the Care Center in Aberdeen, about 30 miles north of Columbus, since October 2023. She claimed to be a registered nurse.
He said while she was there, she was monitored, and during that surveillance, certain things raised suspicions about her.
In Fulton, Mississippi ,Moore also applied for a job at another nursing home. She was hired there, but someone anonymously informed the nursing home that she was not a registered nurse.
Shumpert said when Fulton Nursing Home found out what happened, they contacted the Care Center in Aberdeen.
An allegation against her is using the license number of an individual she corresponds with, according to him. Shumpert said that person is deceased.
Police chief says the woman accused of fake nursing credentials is ‘mentally ill’
“She is mentally ill. She needs to be in a hospital somewhere,” Shumpert said, indicating an attempt is being made to admit the woman to mental health facilities currently.
He said there is a need to work on how the legal system and mental health facilities handle mental illness and added that mental health facilities do not accept people with criminal charges. Typically, allegations of wrongdoing should be removed to help them get assistance.
He told Newsbuzzr, “Once you clear those charges and get them into mental health, they can keep them for two or three days and then prevent them from doing the same job they were doing before.