DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) - Helen Malphus, who was listed as the owner and administrator of Rosewood Manor Assisted Living Home in Nicholls, was arrested on Tuesday, on a warrant for False Statements and writings, concealment of facts, and fraudulent documents.
Malphus appeared before a Magistrate Judge today and was granted a bond.
The case began when the body of Alexander McKay Hunter was found buried in a shelter behind the assisted living home in Nicholls.
Malphus's daughter Diana Jacobs, James Jacobs, and Coy Jacobs were previously arrested and have all been charged with concealing the death of Hunter, and Financial Transaction Card Fraud.
The case continues to be investigated by the Coffee County Sheriff's Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
If you have any information regarding the case please call the Coffee County Sheriff's Office at (912) 384-4227 or the GBI Office at (912) 389-4103.