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Nursing Home Worker Admits To Molestation Of Disabled Resident

Molestation Of Disabled ResidentA 26-year-old man has admitted to the molestation of a mentally disabled woman he was responsible for caring for.  The nursing home worker identified as, Daniel Griswald, confessed to multiple sexual encounters with a resident at Rest Haven Home, in Rest Haven, Michigan between March and May, 2008.

According to Rest Haven Nursing Home administrator, Brian Wilson, Griswald was a, “good, solid, employee…nobody suspected anything of him.”  According to Wilson, Griswald passed an extensive background check that included a criminal record check and a checking of the Michigan Sex Offender Registry.

Shockingly, Mr. Griswold left the facility’s employ abruptly last year citing personal reasons. He turned himself into police in May 2009 and also confessed his crimes to Brian Wilson, Rest Haven’s Administrator.

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