Police Presence Spotted at Nursing Home in Lackawanna County

MOOSIC, Pa. -- A police presence was spotted at a nursing home in Lackawanna County.

Officers arrived at the Oakwood Manor Assisted Living Facility in Moosic Thursday afternoon with a search warrant.

Some could be seen leaving the building with documents.

Police would only confirm this is part of a joint investigation with the Lackawanna County district attorney's office.

D.A. Mark Powell declined to comment.

2 comments

  • Mopar Driver (@RustyMopars)

    My family was attacked by the county for reporting an elder scam( county / lawyers /judges) even the FBI threatened me for reporting the fraud. Elderly’s life savings is robbed at up to $10,000 a month at these “homes” and that’s the “legal” way so who got greedy ?

  • kJ

    I hear nursing home beds are hard to come by these days. They probably have the District Attorney picking out the unlucky souls and the police putting them down to make room for some new ones that require less maintenance.

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