Elderly Couple's Home Aide Arrested For Deadly Home Invasion SchemeBy Larry Celona, Shawn Cohen and Joe Marino
New York Post
Oct. 24, 2017
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A home health aide for the elderly Brooklyn couple targeted in a deadly home invasion last week was arrested on Monday in connection with the heinous crime, police sources said.
Suzette Troutman, 46, allegedly hatched the plot that led to 91-year-old Waldiman Thompson dying before the eyes of his 100-year-old wife, Ethlin, while they were both hog-tied by robbers in their Bedford-Stuyvesant home on Oct. 11, according to the sources.
The aide had told her alleged cohorts about the couple and where they kept their money -- and even served as the getaway driver for her nephew Dwayne Blackwood, 27, and one other individual after they broke into the Thompson's home to rob them, according to the law-enforcement sources.