CBS affiliate KDKA in Pittsburgh had an article about another sexual assault at a nursing home facility. Do they even bother to do background checks or supervise their employees?
A nursing home employee is facing charges after he allegedly sexually assauted a patient who uses a motorized wheelchair. Allegheny County Police have charged Marc Lane, 37, of Kittaning, with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, two counts of indecent assault, indecent exposure and criminal attempt.
The 65-year-old male victim who suffers from Parkinsons Disease said in a police report that Lane came into his room at the Consulate Health Care facility on Saxonburg Boulevard in Indiana Township between April 11 and April 25 and drew the curtain for privacy.
Lane allegedly told the patient he would treat a skin condition, but that in fact led to a sex act. The victim is refered to as "John Doe" in the affidavit.
"Lane then asked Doe if he had ever been with a man," according to the affidavit. The resident told police he resisted the advances but that led to another sex act until a nurse walked into the room.
After a mini mental status exam, the victim scored 28 out of 30. Police determined the victim is of sound mind.