The California Attorney General filed felony criminal charges against Braswell Senior Care Facility and others named individuals. The December 16, 2011 complaint charges include “elder abuse causing great bodily injury”. The charges are filed in San Bernardino County according to court records. Braswells Assisted living, nursing homes and care facilities seem to be under the looking glass.
Mike Cruz, Staff Writer,The SunDecember 23, 2011YucaipaNursing Home, Two People named in ComplaintA Yucaipa-based nursing home is named with three people in a criminal complaint filed by the California Attorney General’s Office alleging elder abuse.Braswell’s Hampton Manor, Barbara Davis, 44 and Timothy Walker,56, entered pleas of not guilty at an arraignment Thursday in San Bernardino Superior Court.The nursing home, Davis, Walker and a third person, Amy Nicole Hillrich, are each charged with one felony count of elder abuse causing great bodily injury occurring on August 6, according to court records. The case was filed Dec. 16.Hillrich, 38, was scheduled for video arraignment Thursday afternoon, according to court personnel. But it was not known if she had been arraigned.Davis and Walker were released on their own recognizance. They return to court March 12.In a separate case, Hilllrich and David Olvera, 25, and Emilio Pelayo Saldana, 22, face murder charges in the death of Hillrich’s ex-husband, John Hillrich, of Fontana, on August 16 in Ontario.Hillrich, Olvera and Sandana are being held without bail at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the Sheriff’s Department.