The Florida man was blamed after the 87-year-old woman was found dead in a bed full of live maggots.
Allen Arias brought a woman named Anita Arias, who had maggot-infected wounds on her body last month, according to the Brevard County deputies.
Authorities found dirty clothes, frozen food, stains of blood and feces on the bed and walls, as well as Anita Arias’ full prescription dementia medications, as a result of the home search. According to research, Anita Arias was staying in the rehabilitation center until December and was in good health when she was sent home.
As a result of the autopsy performed on the old woman, it was understood that the cause of death was thirst, wasting and high blood sugar.
In a statement released by Florida Today, the man named Arias was accused of aggravating and killing an elderly person.
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