Grosse Pointe Shores police contacted Michigan Child Protective Services March 2 to report a resident who they believe is illegally using her home as an assisted living facility.
Paramedics were called to the home in the 500 block of Shelden Road about 9:20 p.m. to help an 85-year-old Hazel Park woman.
While the officers were there they discovered a foldaway bed in a corner believed to be used for the 85-year-old woman they were treating. They also found another person pacing in the home and medical incontenence covers on furniture, according to a report.
The resident said she was a caregiver for the indiviiduals and had them out on an outing. When they questioned her about the clothing for the woman they were treating, which was a robe, the woman said it was an overnight outing.
A detective contacted CPS to report their suspicions and to report that the woman's home is not appropriate for such care and houses young children. A representative from CPS said the matter would be looked into, according to a report.