Murder At All Faith Pavillion

Nursing Home CrimeChicago Police charged Solomon Owasanoye, a 50-year-old West Cermak resident, with first degree murder of an All Faith Pavilion Nursing Home resident.  The victim, Ivory Jackson, a 77-year old resident at All Faith Pavilion died following an assault.  Mr. Jackson was struck in the head and developed an infection.  All Faith Pavilion has a long history of fines for violating Illinois laws.

Residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have a right to be safe and free from violence.  Further, nursing homes must conduct a criminal background search to make sure no violent offenders come in contact with the nursing home population.

For more information on nursing homes in Chicago look here. For laws related to Illinois nursing homes, look here.


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