Apr 19, 2013 8:45 AM by Ashley Byers -- firstname.lastname@example.org
CORPUS CHRISTI - Testimony is expected to continue in the case of a woman charged with injury to an elderly person.
Prosecutors said Najmeh Griffin was the owner of a Flour Bluff adult day car center, and she put bags willed with urine and feces around the necks of two of the elderly patients.
While investigating reports of patient abuse, authorities shut down the "Affordability Quality Assisted Living Center."
Elizabeth Thomas, an authority with the department of aging and disability, testified in court that she found serious injuries, disorganized records, and an environment of fear.
Meanwhile, the defense has had witnesses testify that everything seems to be normal at the facility.
The prosecution plans to call more witnesses today.