in April, a woman was at the Roosevelt hospital in Utah for surgery and stayed the night to recover. During the night, a male nurse came into her room and allegedly sexually assaulted her on five occasions.
The male nurse gave her medication and placed her hand on her automatic morphine injector pump to activate it, according to the charges. She had stopped using the pump herself because it was making her feel sick.
The woman described to investigators how the nurse abused her, left, then returned and abused her four more times that night. During the fourth encounter, he had a syringe and told her that he could use it to put her in cardiac arrest, then later told her that he knew where she lived and to keep her mouth shut, according to the charges.
Read the full story at the Salt Lake Tribune.