Al-Motairey was accused of squirting a sleeping resident in the face with a water bottle and of locking another resident outside in the cold for two hours. "These are difficult cases," said Kyle McCarthy, a deputy district attorney in Pueblo, who prosecuted the two criminal cases. "They are difficult to prove, particularly when there isn't a physical injury that you can present to a jury. The two individuals in this last case aren't competent to testify. They are low functioning and non-verbal. You are relying on an independent witness, and she clearly seemed to not want to cooperate when push came to shove." The Post reviewed Pueblo County Sheriff's Office documents to see how the criminal justice system responded to allegations at the center, obtaining 11 reports after filing open-records requests. Federal officials cited 12 sheriff's reports in their audit of the facility. Prosecutors declined to pursue criminal charges against six individuals despite recommendations from sheriff's investigators that they do so, records show. Chostner did not respond to requests for comment. No charges were filed against one staffer who left the inner thigh of one "severely mentally retarded" resident blistered with second- and third-degree burns. The staffer had tried to use a hair dryer to warm up the resident who had the mental capacity of a 1-year-old and was blind in one eye and unable to speak after her body temperature dipped dangerously low. Nor were criminal charges filed against caregivers who circulated on social media photos of non-verbal patients who had words such as "die" and "kill" scratched into their bodies. The only conviction resulting from the abuse allegations was a guilty plea to making an "unreasonable noise in a public place or near a private residence." A center employee reported in March 2015 that she had seen health-care tech Melissa Lorenzo smother a resident with a blanket, hit his shoulder and kick him in the leg.
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