AG: Derry Nurse Admitted to Killing Former Beverly Resident
Catherine George had her license suspended after telling police she had killed her brother-in-law, formerly of Beverly, by giving him 300 units of insulin. A criminal investigation is also ongoing.
Attorney General Michael Delaney announced Thursday that the New Hampshire Board of Nursing has suspended the license of registered nurse Catherine George of Derry.
The emergency suspension, effective Oct. 23, was in response to questions surrounding the Oct. 9 death of George's brother-in-law, Randall Percival, formerly of Beverly, who was presently living in Raymond, the attorney general's office said.
According to the attorney general's office, George went to the Derry Police Department on Oct. 14 and stated that she had killed her brother-in-law. She reportedly told police that she gave her brother-in-law 300 units of insulin, which she claimed to have brought home from her job.
The Board of Nursing has scheduled a hearing on Nov. 2 to determine if the suspension of George's license should continue pending completion of the board's investigation. A criminal investigation by the New Hampshire State Police Major Crimes Unit and Raymond Police is also ongoing.
According to his obituary, Percival had lived in Raymond for the last 26 years. He grew up in Wenham, Mass. and formerly lived in Beverly, Mass. as well. For the last six years, he had worked as a research and development optics engineer for Carl Zeiss, NTS in Peabody, Mass.