Former nursing home manager pleads guilty to endangering residents

The former manager of a Delaware County nursing home has pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering the lives of three residents

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- The former manager of a Delaware County nursing home has pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering the lives of three residents. It's the result of an investigation that began back in 2017.

JOSH SHAPIRO: The nursing home executive disregarded resident care by routinely and recklessly understaffing his nursing home.

- Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro announced the sentencing details today for Chaim "Charlie" Steg. Shapiro said neglect led to three people who were under the care of that facility to have injuries that then caused their deaths. As part of the plea agreement, Steg will be sentenced to 6 to 23 months of house arrest, followed by three years' probation. He also has to provide restitution to the victims' families and also pay a $15,000 fine.