Ely Carer Who Has Denied Ill Treating or Neglecting Three Vulnerable Adults Is To Face Trial

PUBLISHED: 14:09 06 November 2009 | UPDATED: 11:08 04 May 2010

A CARER who has denied ill treating or neglecting three vulnerable adults while working in Ely, has been committed to stand trial before a judge at Cambridge Crown Court. Beryl Fedyschew, 52, is charged under the terms of the Mental Capacity Act of 2005.

A CARER who has denied ill treating or neglecting three vulnerable adults while working in Ely, has been committed to stand trial before a judge at Cambridge Crown Court.

Beryl Fedyschew, 52, is charged under the terms of the Mental Capacity Act of 2005. It is alleged that between May 1 and July 20, Fedyschew ill treated or wilfully neglected three people who lacked mental capacity, Sylvia Smith, Joy Read and Nicholas Lacey.

Fedyschew, of Grounds Avenue, March, appeared at Ely courthouse on Thursday. Her unconditional bail was extended until December 4, when a preliminary hearing is due to be heard at the Crown Court.

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