UPDATE: The case against Adesile Solawon has been dismissed. Solawon was found not guilty of three charges and the other four were withdrawn.
WILKINSBURG (KDKA) – An employee at the Life Care Hospital in Wilkinsburg is now facing charges of sexual assault.
Detectives in Wilkinsburg have charged a male employee at Life Care with the sexual assault of one patient and the indecent assault of another.
According to new criminal complaints that were filed back-to-back, 56-year-old Adesile Solawon, of Turtle Creek, is facing a long list of criminal charges.
The charges include rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault and institutional sexual assault in one case.
In a separate criminal complaint, Solowan was charged with unlawful restraint and indecent assault of another patient.
The charges allege the crimes occurred during the time Solowan was an employee at Life Care Hospital in Wilkinsburg on Penn Avenue.
In one case, a female patient told detectives Solowan, a nurses aide, repeatedly forced sex on her without her permission. The criminal complaint says that patient said after she was given her usual dose of prescribed sleeping aids by a female nurse and as she became drowsy, Solowan would come into her hospital room lock the door behind him and force himself on her.
In the second criminal complaint, another female patient said Solowan slipped into her room and touched her under her clothes. She said when she tried to leave the room, Solowan stood in her way, but when she got loud, he left the room and was then sent home for the evening.