CBS New York reported the conviction of Jacky Stanley, an employee of Northeast Center for Special Care nursing home for sexually abusing six residents who had suffered traumatic brain injuries, the New York state Attorney General’s office announced. Stanley will face between 8 1/3 and 25 years in prison, according to Attorney General Schneiderman.
Prosecutors said between July 2014 and February 2015, Stanley used his position to gain access to residents and forcibly perform oral sex and other acts. He even abused one resident while the resident slept, the release said.
“Jacky Stanley used his position as a caretaker to commit reprehensible and disturbing acts of abuse. The bravery shown by his victims at trial will help ensure that he will never be able to terrorize vulnerable New Yorkers again,” Schneiderman said in the release.