Max Benson Wiki
Max Benson Teenage, identified by the Sacramento County coroner, stopped responding while under control and died a day later at UC Davis Medical Center.
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The incident took place on November 28 at Guiding Hands School on Windplay Drive, according to the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office. Benson stopped responding while being held in a “prone restriction” for almost an hour, according to a source familiar with the investigation.
Max Benson Age
Max Benson Age was 13 years at the time of death.
Attorney Linda Parisi is representing Guiding Hands School owners Cindy Keller and Starranne Meyers. Both women, and a teacher, were charged with involuntary manslaughter and arraigned today for the death of 13 y/o student Max Benson. pic.twitter.com/u7p3PgoLOV
— Sawsan Morrar (@sawsan24) November 14, 2019
Max Benson Cause Of Death
Max Benson, 13, died after the staff restrained him due to violent behavior. He eventually stopped responding. Authorities said a teacher performed CPR, but Benson died two days later at the UC Davis Medical Center.
Max Benson’s mother is organizing a candlelight vigil in memory of him this Sunday. It’s in front of El Dorado County D.A.’s office at 2pm. In a letter she is asking people to share her son’s story with people in your life. @ABC10 pic.twitter.com/J1SzEBchRW
— Ananda Rochita (@AnandaRochita) November 13, 2019
Max Benson Died Story Headlines
- Max Benson died in November 2018 after being restrained face-down at school
- The 13-year-old became unresponsive during restraint at Guiding Hands School
- El Dorado Sheriff’s Office said Max was restrained after having a violent outburst
- The boy was taken to hospital in a critical condition and died two days later
- Now, nearly a year after Max’s death, authorities have charged three people
- School’s executive director, Cindy Keller, principal, Staranne Meyers, and special education teacher Kimberly Wohlwend are charged with manslaughter
Who was charged in the murder case of Max Benson
The charges were announced Tuesday against three California employees for the death of a student with special needs, reports CBS Sacramento. Executive Director and Site Administrator Guiding Hands School, Inc., Cindy Keller, Principal Staranne Meyers and special education teacher Kimberly Wohlwend face a charge of involuntary manslaughter for the November 2018 incident. On Tuesday, the El Dorado County District Attorney announced that they will press charges against three school employees. The executive director and site administrator, Cindy Keller, director Staranne Meyers and special education teacher Kimberly Wohlwend face a charge of involuntary manslaughter for each death by Benson.
The School where Max Benson was studying
The California Department of Education then suspended the Guiding Hands School, Inc. certification and closed. The agency discovered that the school violated state rules when its staff put Benson in a restraint position face down for almost an hour.Max Benson died two days after he was allegedly immobilized on November 28, 2018 at Guiding Hands School, Inc. in El Dorado Hills, California CBS SACRAMENTO / JENNIE SINGER The private school in El Dorado Hills also faces a charge of involuntary manslaughter. The El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office issued a statement saying the case was filed “after a lengthy investigation by several agencies about the facts and circumstances that led to the death of [Benson].”
Max Benson died last fall after being restrained at a Northern California school for special needs students. A teacher and two administrators are now facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, and they are all pleading not guilty. https://t.co/cPXFbJMMXA
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) November 14, 2019
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