Oklahoma physician's assistant charged with second-degree murder ordered to wear ankle monitor

By SHANNON MUCHMORE - Tulsa World Modified: August 6, 2014 at 10:01 am •  Published: August 6, 2014
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CLAREMORE — A Rogers County district judge granted a motion Tuesday to impose further bond sanctions on a physician’s assistant who is charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of two residents of the Claremore Veterans Center.

The judge did not grant the state’s request to revoke bond, but did require Kenneth A. Adams to wear an ankle monitor and ordered him not to travel outside the contiguous 48 states.

Adams is accused of neglecting his medical duties and not caring for 83-year-old Jay Minter, who was scalded in a whirlpool and later died. He is also accused of arranging a sexual liaison instead of treating Louis Arterberry, 86, who had a stroke and later died.

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