Like seriously! Nurse Exposed After Stealing Money From A Dying COVID-19 Patient In New york

Like seriously! Nurse Exposed After Stealing Money From A Dying COVID-19 Patient In New york


Police say a nurse at a replacement York City hospital faces charges for stealing a mastercard of a former Covid-19 patient while hospitalized, which the patient's daughter says was used for gasoline and groceries.

Danielle Conti, 43, has been charged with grand theft , petit larceny and possession of transferred property after ringing up charges on two of Anthony Catapano's credit cards while hospitalized at Staten Island University Hospital with coronavirus, consistent with the ny local department .

Catapano, 70, was hospitalized on April 4 after getting sick from coronavirus, his daughter, Tara Catapano, told CNN. He was lucid when the alleged theft occurred and later died on April 12 from complications of the virus.

"I was in shock and disbelief," Tara Catapano said. "Obviously, I knew it had to be a hospital employee because visitors weren't really allowed."

Tara Catapano, who had been paying her father's bills since her mother gave up the ghost in 2014, said she normally doesn't track her father's spending closely.

However, after he died and she or he received a mastercard statement for gasoline -- which she said her father always purchased in cash -- she then saw the charge date occurred on April 9, when her father was "in the hospital, literally fighting for his life."

Tara Catapano said the police showed her surveillance footage from a ShopRite of what seemed to be Conti paying for groceries using her father's card.

"They take an oath to guard , to not harm," Tara Catapano said.

Other belongings unaccounted for include her father's eyeglasses, telephone , take advantage the wallet, phone chargers and pictures. it is not clear what happened to those belongings and it isn't certain they were intentionally stolen.

In a statement provided to CNN, Christian Preston, the director of public affairs for Staten Island University Hospital, said Conti, who has worked at the hospital since 2007, "has been temporarily suspended and faces termination in response to the felony charges." He also said the hospital is "working closely with the enforcement authorities and therefore the hospital is conducting its own investigation."

Efforts to succeed in Conti weren't successful. it had been not immediately clear whether she has an attorney.

An NYPD spokesperson told CNN that Conti has been issued a desk appearance, or order to seem in Staten Island court , for sometime in September.

Tara Catapano told CNN she just wants to understand why Conti did what she allegedly did.

"I would want to understand why she took advantage of my father while he was on his deathbed," she said. "And i might want to understand how she would feel if someone did that to a beloved of hers -- whether it had been a parent or grandparent. i do not think when people do this stuff they consider it like that.

"But he's my father, he's an individual ," Tara Catapano said. "I am disgusted [Conti was] alleged to be taking care of him and instead ... stole from him."

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