Nurse may lose job, license after alleged 'nanny cam' findings

A home health care nurse from Perth Amboy is facing criminal charges after the parents of a special-needs child say they set up "nanny cam."

PERTH AMBOY - A home health care nurse from Perth Amboy is facing criminal charges after the parents of a special-needs child say they set up "nanny cam." Kassandra Fields-Ralph, 38, a licensed practical nurse, is charged with lewdness, theft and endangering the welfare of a child after a South Brunswick couple set up a nanny cam that allegedly captured images of the nurse urinating in the kitchen sink in front of their special-needs child.

Police say another "nanny cam" also caught the nurse stealing food, clothing, and liquor from the family. Maxim Health Care Services in North Brunswick, which employed Fields-Ralph, says she's been suspended.

'Nanny cam' video leads to arrest of home health care nurse

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