Clinton Township Mother Dies after Vicious Beating from Daughter

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI – The Clinton Township mother, who was viciously beaten by her daughter, Ann Marie Walsh, has died.

Ann Marie Walsh, 56-years-old, of Clinton Township, was arraigned on charges of Vulnerable Adult Abuse – 1st Degree, a 15-year felony, for allegedly neglecting, mistreating, and abusing her own mother.

On Thursday August 8th, 2019, Clinton Township Police received a call from a local hospital with concerns regarding a severely injured woman. The woman was in an unstable condition, incapacitated and on a ventilator, having a brain bleed and numerous broken bones.

The victim and the defendant, her daughter, share an apartment in Clinton Township, where police and prosecutors allege the abuse occurred. Inside the apartment, police found dents in the walls, and blood spatters throughout the victim’s bedroom and on her bedding.

“The amount of abuse this elderly victim sustained is unbelievable. She has suffered a multitude of trauma, broken bones, and even a brain bleed,” stated Prosecutor Smith. “No one deserves to be treated like this, especially by their own child.” Smith continued, “The victim’s daughter, the defendant, allegedly told police she is her mother’s caregiver. It appears, however, nothing could be further from the truth as she left her mother lying on the floor for more than two days following this horrendous beating.”

On August 28th, Ann Marie Walsh’s bond was increase from $100,000 to $250,000 cash or surety, with no 10%.

The defendant, Ann Marie Walsh, is charged with Vulnerable Adult Abuse – first-degree, a 15 year felony.

It is certain that Ann Marie Walsh’s charges will now include murder.

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