Three Quadrangle employees found not guilty of abuse charges

    Delaware County assisted living facility employees Ayesha Muhammad, Tyrina Griffin and Samirah Traynham have been found not guilty of the abuse charges filed against them.

    All three were charged with simple assault, false imprisonment, harassment and conspiracy after the alleged victims family claimed they had video evidence of the women abusing the resident of the Quadrangle facility in Haverford.

    The Main Line Times reports Court of Common Pleas Judge Kevin F. Kelly found all three not guilty of all charges.

    Muhammad, Griffin and Traynham were arrested in April after the 78-year-old woman told her family she was being abuse and they set up a nanny cam to capture the abuse on tape. Defense attorneys argued the footage shows a struggle with a difficult patient, not abuse.

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