Vidalia woman charged with alleged exploitation of 25 nursing home residents
NATCHEZ — A Vidalia resident is facing charges for alleged exploitation of a vulnerable person and embezzlement connected to her work at the Adams County Nursing Home.
Kandi Slover, 37, turned herself in Wednesday after an Adams County grand jury indicted her on 19 counts of exploitation of vulnerable person and one count of embezzlement, according to a spokeswoman for the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office.
The Attorney General’s Office handled the investigation.
Slover worked as an administrative assistant at Adams County Nursing Home.
She is alleged to have exploited 25 residents of the facility out of more than $18,000. She is also alleged to have embezzled $3,900 from facility funds.
Slover is being held without bond until her arraignment on Dec. 18.
If convicted of the charges, Slover faces life in prison and $200,000 in fines.