William Scott Husel is an American physician and accused serial murderer who is accused of murdering at least 14 individuals between February 11, 2015, and November 20, 2018, at the Mount Carmel West and St. Ann’s Hospitals in Columbus, Ohio, via fentanyl overdosage. Husel is currently on trial for 14 charges of murder after turning himself in on June 5, 2019. On April 12, 2022, the jury in the trial began deliberating.
On November 11, 1975, William Scott Husel was born. Husel was up in Cleveland, Ohio, and attended St. Ignatius High School, where he was a basketball captain his senior year. He attended Wheeling Jesuit College after graduating in 1994, where he built a pipe bomb and stored it until November 9, 1994, when he used it to blow up a trash can outside the college’s health and leisure center.
Husel tried to frame another student by putting explosives in his car. Husel was charged with malicious damage by means of explosive device, possession of an unregistered explosive device, and unlawful manufacturing of an explosive device, and was sentenced to six months in a community confinement center and one year of monitoring in connection with the event.
Husel completed his study at Ohio State University in the mid-1990s, earning a bachelor’s degree in microbiology in 2000. Husel then went on to Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he graduated in 2008.
Husel began working as an intern at the Cleveland Clinic shortly after graduating, where he earned a reputation among nurses and coworkers for being “cool, muscled,” and beautiful. Husel found work as an intensive-care doctor at Mount Carmel West Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, after completing his required medical training in 2013. He was described as highly intelligent. Husel began prescribing exceptionally large doses of fentanyl to his patients in February 2015, purportedly resulting in their deaths.
Who is Mariah Baird, Dr William Husel wife?
Dr William Husel married Mariah Baird, a nurse suspected of assisting in the administration of excessive fentanyl doses, in October 2017.