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Former valet charged for killing a Wisconsin nurse who was found frozen under a vehicle in a parking garage: Report

On Tuesday, authorities charged a former parking valet at a Wisconsin hospital as he was accused of killing a nurse practitioner. The body of the nurse was found cold and bleeding underneath a vehicle in a parking deck last week, as per officials.

Kenneth Freeman, 27, of Milwaukee, has been charged with one count of first-degree intentional homicide for the murder of 33-year-old Carlie Beaudin.

A report says that Beaudin was discovered early Friday at the parking of Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee County. Beaudin was located frozen to the ground and was unconscious underneath a vehicle, bleeding from the head. She was rushed to the hospital with a weak pulse where she died shortly, as per reports.

The court document says that Beaudin was heading to her vehicle when Freeman arrived at the scene all of a sudden and said something to her. Freeman then knocked the nurse to the ground and kicked her neck and head almost 40 times. After Freeman noted that Beaudin is dead, he dragged her towards her vehicle away from the camera’s view, the documents added.

One of the leading news channels following the incident at the parking garage reported that Freeman after killing the nurse informed 911 about the incident and shared that he was involved in the death at the parking garage. After the officials took Freeman into custody, he said that he purely murdered Ms. Beaudin.

On asking more details about the incident, Freeman said, “there isn’t anything I want to talk about,” according to the news channels.

“We remain vigilant about the emotional and physical safety of every person who works or studies at, is cared for by, or visits our campuses, clinics, and hospitals,” hospital officials said. “Safety is our top priority. We have made security enhancements, and we will continue to make improvements.”

Victim’s husband, Nick Beaudin, during the interaction with the media, shared that his wife was “incredibly nurturing” and had won a DAISY award for her work in nursing.

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Andrew Denny

Andrew Denny

Andrew Denny is a journalist with a degree in History and Literature from the University of Texas at Austin and postgraduate education in Literature from Sewanee, The University of the South. Andrew enjoys publishing on performing arts, literature, sports, politics, economics, culture, and science. He is a former college football walk-on who loves pubs, baseball, and once bought a horse from a Middle Eastern prince.

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