A man who was wanted by law enforcement authorities in the US for the neglect death of his mother has turned himself in and was arrested by the police.
Media reports indicate that Osmond Ignatius Winston was booked last week into Hillsborough County Jail on one charge of aggravated manslaughter in the death of his mother, who was originally from Dominica.
He is the fourth member of the family who was arrested and charged in what authorities called one of the worst cases of elderly neglect ever reported in the Tampa, Florida area.
Mary Hildreth Winston died in October 2012 and according to officials she was confined to the bed for three years with rheumatoid arthritis, and her bed sores were so severe that her rib cage was exposed.
Maggots were found inside and outside her body, and her legs had fused together.
The neglect was so bad that authorities ruled her death a homicide.
Last month her husband Montgomery Winston, 68, and daughters Belinda and Hyacinth were arrested on manslaughter charges.
Mary Winston, originally from Roseau, worked as a nurse in Dominica before migrating to the US.