Kristie Ann Mollohan, 40 (pictured), of Kalamazoo, Michigan pleaded guilty in connection with diluting liquid diazepam (Valium) prescribed to her patients to control their seizures on federal court on Thursday
A former Michigan home nurse has admitted to stealing lifesaving medicine from three patients, which led to the death of a four-year-old boy.
Kristie Ann Mollohan, 40, of Kalamazoo confessed to diluting liquid diazepam (Valium) prescribed to her patients to control their seizures, and taking it for her own use, in US District Court in Grand Rapids.
One of her patients, Ryley Maue, died of a seizure on August 26, 2016 at his home in Allegan, Michigan, three days after Mollohan was fired for failing a drug test after it was first suspected she was stealing his medicine.
'The Defendant knew that she put the patients' lives at risk by diluting their diazepam given that the diazepam was used, among other purposes, to suppress seizures,' the plea agreement signed by Mollohan read.
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