The OSHA investigation of the Revere murder of Stephanie Moulton at a group home may lead to increased safety measures at all Massachusetts group homes and also help Moulton’s family win a wrongful death lawsuit.
According to The Boston Globe, in January, the 25-year old Moulton was killed at a group home in Revere run by the North Suffolk Mental Health Association. At the time of the killing, Moulton was alone in the group home with a potentially violent resident, Deshawn James Chappell. Chappell allegedly killed Moulton inside the home and dumped her body in Lynn. Chappell has been charged with murder and is currently awaiting trial.