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A care worker who abused elderly residents with dementia at a care home near Plymouth has been banned from working with vulnerable people and given a suspended sentence.
Lewis Moore was brought to justice after staff at the Lambspark Care Home reported him.
Tonight, it issued a statement saying it was disappointed his sentence didn't reflect the seriousness of his actions.
From Plymouth Crown Court, Jonathan Gibson reports:
A care worker who abused and tormented elderly patients in Plymouth has been put on a register banning him from working with vulnerable people.
Lewis Moore was reported by colleagues at the Lambspark Care Home in Plympton. At Plymouth Crown court this morning, he was given a suspended sentence and ordered to do 200 hours of unpaid work.
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