LAS VEGAS -- The Nevada Nursing Board has suspended the licenses of two nurses linked to a criminal investigation going on at Sunrise Hospital. The investigation is trying to find out what caused more than a dozen catheter "disruptions" in the facility's neo-natal intensive care unit.
According to documents, two nurses are persons of interest in the on-going criminal investigation involving Sunrise. The suspension order issued by the nursing board Friday notes the two workers, Sharon Ochoa-Reyes and Jessica Rice, are accused of intentionally harming patients at the facility. Neither woman has been charged with a crime.