A woman charged with trying to kill her disabled adult son by administering multiple medications beyond prescribed amounts also attempted to electrocute him, according to an affidavit.
Bond for Michele Baker Hayes, 65, was set at $50,000 after Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office says she turned herself in for attempted murder.
The Ladson woman is accused of trying to murder her 48-year-old disabled son, Raoul Moralis, who’s currently recovering in the intensive care unit.
Deputies say she confessed to giving him a lethal dose of his medication Tuesday before trying to electrocute him with a hairdryer Wednesday night.
According to an affidavit, Hayes placed her son’s feet in a bucket of water and placed a hairdryer, which was plugged in and energized, into the water in an attempt to electrocute him to cause…