Three more former nurse practitioners have been arrested for having sexual relationships with patients at a Fayette, Iowa care facility.
On Friday, 44-year-old Carolyn Marie Wiedrich, 24-year-old Shelby Mariah Sebring, and 32-year-old Jamie Leah Pagel were arrested and charged with sexual exploitation by a counselor, therapist or school employee.
Investigators say the three women had ‘unhealthy relationships with patients’ at Prairie View Management Facility, where people with mental illness, intellectual disability, or medical conditions are cared for.
Wiedrich allegedly had inappropriate sexual relationships with patients in 2015, while the other two women crossed that line in 2016.
Their arrests on Friday come nearly three weeks after two other former nurse practitioners at the facility were arrested on the same charge.
Megan Marie Penney, 26, and Paige Lynn Johanningmeier, 23, were arrested on March 5 for allegedly sneaking patients out of the facility to have sex.