Final defendant pleads guilty in home care case
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Wednesday, September 03
MARIETTA — The final defendant accused of running an unlicensed personal care home, where attorneys say six women were forced to stay in a basement with inadequate bathroom facilities, has pleaded guilty. Terry Catron, 56, of Cartersville, will sp...

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