(iWIDK By Allie Beauregard) – This woman couldn’t reciprocate care for the mother who raised her.
Sharon Caslow, 65, of Cockeysville, MD pleaded guilty on January 17 to charges of manslaughter following the death of her 91-year-old live-in mother who died on their toilet – after being left there unattended for two days.
The elderly woman suffered from renal complications resulting in “the abrupt loss of the kidney’s ability to remove waste and concentrate urine without losing electrolytes,” revealed medical examiners as later reported by Daily Mail.
Caslow was well aware of her mother’s condition and that she was stuck on the toilet, but ignored the woman and did not call for help, she later admitted to police.
When the mother was finally rescued and taken under the care of Hospice it was determined that she suffered injuries due to neglect, and then passed ten days later.
According to records, Caslow was arrested last summer for allegedly abusing her mother, but made the $100,000 bond and was released.
The charges severely more serious this time, Caslow will reappear in court for her sentencing on March 27.