Ontario Provincial Police will be releasing new information on Friday in connection with the case of a former nurse accused of killing long-term care home residents in Woodstock and London.
Sgt. Dave Rektor says an update on Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s case will come Friday morning but no other information has been released.
Wettlaufer is also expected to appear in person in court in Woodstock the same day.
The OPP announced at the end of October Wettlaufer had been charged in connection with the deaths of 84-year-old James Silcox, 84-year-old Maurice Granat, 87-year-old Gladys Millard, 95-year-old Helen Matheson, 96-year-old Mary Zurawinski, 90-year-old Helen Young, 79-year-old Maureen Pickering and 75-year-old Arpad Horvath.
The alleged victims died between 2007 and 2014.
According to the College of Nurses of Ontario, Wettlaufer registered as a nurse in August 1995 and resigned on September 30th, 2016.