Who is Hernando Puno? Wiki, Biography, Age, Charged, Sexual Assault Charges

Hernando Puno

Hernando Puno Wiki – Hernando Puno Biography

Hernando Puno is a hospital worker at Blackpool Victoria Hospital who has been charged with nine sexual assaults against members of staff and patients.

Puno from Layton, Blackpool, is accused of carrying out the attacks over nearly a decade from November 2012 and March 2021.


She is 51 years old.


The charge comes after police began investigating allegations of mistreatment and neglect on the hospital’s stroke unit.

Their inquiries led to the identification of other suspected offenses, including the suspicious death of a 75-year-old woman from Blackpool called Valerie Kneale.

A spokesman for Lancashire Police said: ‘Today, following consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, Hernando Puno, 51, of Layton, Blackpool, has been charged with nine counts of sexual assault related to seven women.

‘The charges are alleged to have occurred at the hospital between November 2012 and March 2021.’

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Puno has been bailed to appear at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on January 4, 2022

Police Report

Police say the charges are not linked to the ongoing investigation into allegations of mistreatment and neglect.

Officers added the investigation into the death of Valerie Kneale continues.

An inquest into Mrs. Kneale’s death earlier this year heard she had been admitted to the hospital following a stroke and had later broken her leg when falling from a chair.

The autopsy revealed that although Mrs. Kneale did have a significant stroke, the pathologist did not think it was the cause of death.

Mr. Wilson adjourned the hearing for five months while police continued investigations.

Mrs. Kneales’ family, who did not attend, has been informed.

Mr. Wilson said: ‘It is necessary for this court to further adjourn the investigation into Mrs. Kneales’ death to allow the police to continue with their studies.

‘We ought not to hold an inquest while the police are actively pursuing their investigation.’