The 32-year-old daughter of alleged ringleader Linda Ann Weston is the fourth person arrested in the case of the kidnapping and imprisonment of mentally disabled people.
On Monday, the city of Philadelphia officially dropped its case against four people accused of confining disabled adults in subhuman conditions to steal their Social Security benefits.
The decision reverses an earlier ruling that dropped all charges against Eddie Wright, who allegedly helped keep four mentally disabled people captive in a basement.
Woman accused of barricading four mentally disabled adults faces even more charges after Monday’s preliminary hearing
The courts have deemed Linda Weston competent to stand trial.
Va. authorities say investigation into death of woman under the care of Linda Weston shows she died of meningitis.
Weston, Wright and McIntosh were arraigned Thursday for the abuse of a 19-year-old relative. Weston and Wright were held on $2 million bail. McIntosh is being held on $1 million.
A new and strange twist comes to light Thursday in the basement of horror case.
Pa. Senator Calls for Social Security Administration to close possible loopholes.
Linda Weston, the alleged mastermind behind the house of horrors, could also be connected to the death of a West Philadelphia woman in Virgina in 2008. Authorities are investigating the claim.