Articles Posted in Child Abuse

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A Washington elementary school teacher and her husband were arrested on school grounds when the woman was allegedly found in her classroom high on narcotics, and the man was reportedly high in the parking lot with their toddler.

According to reports, during the school day on May 16, a 35-year-old teacher was in her classroom at Spotswood Elementary School in Fredericksburg. Her husband and 2-year-old child were on the campus, but they were inside a vehicle in the parking lot.

A school resource officer saw the teacher and asserted that she was altered. Her classroom was searched, and they allegedly found narcotics. Since the resource officer thought the woman was on drugs, it was believed that they were hers. All the children were assessed as a precaution, and they were all reported as unharmed.

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A Florida Department of Children and Families family care manager was arrested after being accused of getting rough and aggressive with a foster child in his care.

According to reports, the 44-year-old man works for Kids Central, a non-profit agency that specializes in working with abused children and aids DCF. On April 24, he was watching an 11-year-old girl who had not yet been assigned to a full-time foster family. She was initially working with a female case manager, and the woman asked her colleague if he would sit with the girl while she used the restroom.

The woman came back and reportedly saw the youngster crying on a sofa. She alleged that she heard her coworker say something like “You’re not going to pull that (expletive),” and she assumed he was speaking to the girl.

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The mother of a 10-year-old reportedly sent her son to school with a drink she concocted and told him to give it to a child who bullied him to teach him a lesson.

At the beginning of March, a 45-year-old woman who works as a nurse was told by her 10-year-old son, who attends Legacy Traditional School – Alamo Ranch, that on March 5, he had a bottle of sports drink stolen by a fellow schoolmate. He reportedly told her he was being bullied by the boy who took it.

The child’s mother allegedly decided to enact a plan to halt the bullying her son was experiencing. She reportedly made a mixture of Gatorade and non-toxic ingredients including vinegar, salt, and lemon juice, and put it in a Gatorade sports drink bottle.

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A special needs elementary school teacher and her aide are facing charges after allegedly tying a non-verbal autistic youngster to a chair during recess.

According to reports, on February 2, a woman who has worked at G.D. Rogers Garden-Bullock Elementary School as an Exceptional Student Education teacher for approximately 2 years was recently involved in an incident with a 7-year-old child. Her teacher’s aide was also reportedly a participant.

When the students are taken from one part of the school to another, the teachers use a walking rope to make the transition easier and keep the children from wandering. During recess, the woman and her aide reportedly used some of the ropes to restrain the boy, who was sitting on the ground, by tying him to the back of a chair. He was allegedly left there for at least an hour.

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A police officer in Wisconsin could spend years in prison if he is found guilty of abusing a 7-year-old girl so badly that she ended up in the hospital.

According to reports, on January 17, a 30-year-old Milwaukee police officer was at a home with a woman, a 4-year-old boy, and a 7-year-old girl. The children were told it was time to take a nap, but the girl did not fall asleep, and the man reportedly became angry. He allegedly grabbed a belt and struck her with it several times.

It was reported that the youngster was taken to the Children’s Hospital, but the exact reason for her visit was not made public at this time. While she was there, it was suspected that she was the victim of child abuse, and the authorities were notified.

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A couple who are biological scientists at the University of Florida are facing felony charges after it was discovered that they allegedly kept their youngsters in cages.

The parents have a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old. Recently, the older child was at school when he reportedly became upset about going back home. He reportedly told his teacher that he gets locked in a cage, and his younger sibling gets trapped under an overturned crib.

Their father works at the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, and their mother works as a safety manager at the Plant Pathology Department. According to reports, the 6-year-old said his dad leaves him locked in the cage while his mother is at work.

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A Florida couple is facing charges after being accused of abusing their two youngsters by beating them with extension cords during Thanksgiving break.

Two women, ages 46 and 43, reside in Homestead with their 7-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter, who both attend school at Laura Saunders Elementary.

According to reports, when the kids went back to school after Thanksgiving break, the boy refused to remove his jacket. One of his teachers asked him what was going on, and he reportedly said his mom told him to leave it on.

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An Alabama mother of a 10-month-old is facing charges after she was accused of intentionally scalding her baby by pouring hot soup on his face.

On November 14, a baby boy was brought to a local hospital in Mobile for medical treatment of injuries reportedly caused by serious burns.

According to reports, when the medical personnel examined the youngster, they noted that he was underweight for his age, and they believed he was suffering from malnourishment. In addition to the burns on his face, they also found scalding in his throat and on the inside of his mouth. It was believed that the injuries were caused by hot liquid being poured on him. The hospital treated the child, and they notified the authorities to report the injuries. An investigation was launched by the DA.

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A couple in Texas was arrested after reportedly treating their 1-year-old daughter’s serious burns with over-the-counter cream and methamphetamine for the pain.

According to reports, a man and woman were living in squalor in an RV with their 2-month-old twins, a 1-year-old, a 2-year-old, a 6-year-old and an 8-year-old.

Last week, their 1-year-old daughter was badly burned with boiling water, causing serious injuries to her skin. It is believed that the water came from a pot boiling on the stove.

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A Ukrainian woman in Southern Florida is facing felony charges after she was reportedly caught on a neighbor’s Ring doorbell cam as she allegedly abused her 3-year-old son.

On the evening of October 31, a 29-year-old woman who lives in Sunny Isles Beach with her youngster after moving to the United States recently to get away from the war in Ukraine allegedly became angry at the boy when they were in the hallway of their condo building.

According to reports, the woman hit the child and allegedly injured him. One of the neighbors became aware of the alleged abuse, and she notified the authorities. Her Ring doorbell cam also reportedly recorded video that appeared to show the mother being physically aggressive with her son.

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