Posted: Apr 11, 2013 12:23 PM by Andrew Ellison - email@example.com
Updated: Apr 11, 2013 6:54 PM
FLOUR BLUFF - The owner of a Flour Bluff adult daycare that was shutdown two years ago was in court for a hearing today. Counsel on both sides told Judge Missy Medary it could be a long trial.
Prosecutors say Najmeh Griffin put bags filled with urine and feces around the necks of two elderly patients.
She is charged with injuring an elderly person.
The State shutdown the "Affordable Quality Care Assisted Living Center" back in 2011, after investigating allegations of patient abuse.
Griffin agreed not to open another elderly care business and paid the state $350,000 in fines and attorney's fee's.
Jury selection for the trial will begin on Monday.
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