Attorney General Conway Announces Plea and Sentencing of Former Hopkins County Caretaker
Attorney General Jack Conway and his Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control Unit today announced an Alford plea of guilty and sentencing of a former certified medical technician (CMT) on two counts of Wanton Caretaker Abuse or Neglect. This morning, 35-year-old Terri Henry of Hopkins County was sentenced in Hopkins Circuit Court to three years prison, which will be diverted for a period of five years. Henry was ordered to give up her CMT license which will prevent her from working in long term care facilities in the future. During this five-year period, Henry will be supervised by the Division of Probation and Parole.
- Date:April 20, 2015
- Agency:Kentucky Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies