Nicholls > Owner Of Assisted Living Home Arrested For False Information

| February 26, 2015


NICHOLLS — The owner and administrator of Rosewood Manor Assisted Living Home, Helen Malphus, was arrested for providing false information about the death of a resident.

Malphus was arrested Tuesday, Feb.24 on a warrant for False Statements and Writings, Concealment of Facts and Fraudulent Documents.

Officials began investigating the assisted living home after the body of Alexander McKay Hunter was located behind Rosewood Manor in a shelter.

Diana Jacobs (Malphus’ daughter), James Jacobs, and Coy Jacobs were arrested and charged with Concealing the Death of Alexander McKay Hunter and Financial Transaction Card Fraud.

Yesterday, Feb. 25, the court granted Malphus a bond.

Coffee County Sheriff’s Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are further investigating the case. 

With any information regarding this crime please call the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office at (912) 384-4227 or the GBI at (912) 389-4103.

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