A Pennsylvania Caretaker Has Been Arrested Because Of Negligence & ManslaughterIn almost the last year in the month of February, a Pennsylvania woman died of some complications, and it was later found that the reason of death is by “bed bugs.” The house caretaker was arrested on the charges of involuntary manslaughter, and neglect of care as a housing warden. The convicted caretaker is a 72-year-old woman named Deborah Butler.

The incident happened on the last year’s February, and few West Manheim Township Police officials entered in the house situated in the southern Pennsylvania. After their entry into the home, they found some traces of bed bugs, which were crawling around the walls and ceilings. While inside the bedroom of a senior woman, the officers noticed that the presence of bed bugs in her bed too, and according to the statement given by the woman, as the bed bugs crawl under her bed and even bites her.

The visited paramedic police officials said, there was another woman who was staying there too, named Mary Stoner, a 96 year old lady, who was also staying there. On February 9, 2016, when the Stoner’s family came to know about the health condition of Stoner in the pathetic house, they moved her out and initially they didn’t found any problem on her body. A week later she was rushed to a hospital and found the complications of bed bug bites and dies another week later.

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The caretaker was later got arrested and charged due to the miserable and deadly condition she has kept the house.