Day care facility, people from New Brunswick are charged with abuse

<p>Employees at adult day care centers are responsible for elderly and disabled patrons.</p>

Employees at adult day care centers are responsible for elderly and disabled patrons.


Five adult day care workers were indicted last week for abusing two clients, according to an article on WNBC. 

The five were charged with two counts of abandonment and neglect of a disabled person and two counts of endangering another person, according to the article. The charges are for third-degree crimes.

Four of the alleged perpetrators are from New Brunswick: Asia Lunn, Kenitra Hicks, Kieasha Morgan and Hugo Lorenzo, according to the article. The fifth person, Janella Allen, is from Elizabeth. 

Lunn also faces one count of aggravated assault in the third degree, according to the article. 

Broadway Respite and Home Care in East Brunswick also faces two charges of abandonment and neglect of a disabled person and two counts of endangering another person, according to the article. 

The day care facility had no comment at the time of the article. 


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