Women accused of injecting chemicals in patients face new charges
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- There's new information on the mother and daughters accused of injecting patients with toxic chemicals.
On Thursday, Maria Teran, Victoria Urgiles, and Camille Urgiles appeared in court. Teran is accused of injecting a woman with toxic chemicals while working at La Femmes clinic. Her two daughters have also been charged.
They were all free on bail until authorities filed new charges against Teran and Victoria Urgiles on two new cases. On Thursday, the judge heard about those new charges and set a new bail.
"They are each going to make $300,000 worth of bonds and apply with any conditions that the judge sees fit," their attorney Chip Lewis said.
Those conditions include Teran and Victoria Urgiles wearing a GPS ankle monitor while out on bond. They also can't work at the clinic while the cases are pending.
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