The reporter was contacted at 2:08pm at 09/01/2015 for additional information. The reporter said they were suspecting abuse, but didn’t specify. The reporter was asked was she suspecting molestation, and she replied that she didn’t want to say something that wasn’t true. The reporter never gave a clear answer to what she was alleging. The reporter said Jessica (teacher) has been very concerned about Harmony. Harmony transferred to Mooreville Elementary on 08/24/2015, and she has been arriving to school late (10:30am). It is unknown how many times the child has been tardy/late. The teacher (Jessica) spoke with Wendy about the victim being late for school, and she said “the child will be on time and they were in the process of moving”. The child has been coming to school not clean (not getting a bath), and Jessica felt as though something was not right. Also, last night (08/31/2015), the reporter said the child did not get a bath. The principal was very concerned about the child and would like for someone to come see about Harmony. The reporter contacted DHS and was told to contact the
The reporting party (RP) stated a home visit was made on 4/8/16 for foster child Ronny Perdomo. During the visit the RP observed multiple bruising to the foster child's lower part of his spine, upper left shoulder, and on his back area. The RP stated she took pictures of the bruises. The foster mother Ana Ramos explanation for the bruising was the child is Anemic. The RP stated on 4/11/16 she consulted with her SCSW who advised her to take the child for a forensic exam. The RP stated on 4/12/16 she took the child to have a medical examination. The RP stated on 4/19/16 at approximately 1:50PM she received a call from a Nurse Practitioner (name not provided) from High Desert Regional Clinic who informed the RP the child's bruising was highly
The RP stated medical office has received 4 alleged abuse complaints from 4 different children. Each child stated Ms. Lisa was the perpetrator. The RP stated a 3 year old Hispanic girl was initially potty trained. The RP stated the child was eager and happy to attend the preschool however; the child began to soil herself and refused to back to the preschool. According to the RP the child stated that Ms. Lisa put her finger in her vagina.
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The reporting party (RP) stated she spoke with the foster child's maternal grandmother (name unknown) regarding an incident involving the foster father. According to the RP several months ago (exact date unknown) the foster father pulled the foster child up the stairs by her arms. The incident occurred when the foster child refused to go to her room therefore the foster father grabbed the child by her arms and dragged her up the stairs. The foster child stated she did not suffer any injuries or bruises during the incident. The foster child disclosed that she is not fearful of the foster father and has no desire to leave the home. The RP stated the foster child enjoys her school and has no desire to return to
REPORTER: The reporter/cousin (Sherry) called with concerns for the victim, Tanning. According to Sherry, Tanning is not being physically abused or neglected. The reporter said she is concerned and worried about the child. The reporter said Tina rides around with the child in the “front seat” (unknown when) and he’s not properly restrained (seat belt over his stomach but not his arms). Also, the reporter said she has pictures of Tina driving down the road with the child in the front seat, not properly strapped in. The reporter said Tina was the child’s godmother, but she is obsessed with the child. She asked the parents could she keep the child on Sunday (didn’t specify), and they told her yes, but she never returned the child (unknown when).
The reporter use to work in the kitchen area of the daycare for 5-6 years. A few months ago, she was moved to a classroom. The reporter didn't actually see anything until in a classroom. She use to hear a child being whipped while in the kitchen but never seen it. The reporter witnessed children in the pre-toddler and toddler classrooms being whipped with a yellow, hard, plastic bat. According to the reporter, this happened everyday. It last happened last Thursday. The reporter stated she quit on September 29th. The reporter didn't see any marks or bruises on the children. The reporter stated when she did see, she had someone else call and make a report to the hotline due to her still working there. One of the children at the daycare isTyler.
Reporting party (RP) stated that on 11/6/17 when her son Rambert Wang (DOB: 03/27/16) was picked up from the daycare approximately 5:50pm, the child's finger had been bleeding and was very swollen due to his hand being caught in the door. A parent and teacher were talking by the door and the parent closed the door on the child finger. RP stated that she was notified by phone at 4:50pm about the incident, but the injury was far worse than what was described to her. The child is expected to visit with his physician by the end of the week. The child is in the "Waters" room. RP stated that child has attended the school for 5 1/2 months and within that time frame, the child has had over 10 incidents involving injury or bruising. The child sustained
The reporter stated on 05/09/16, she witnessed bruises on the child's arm that did not need any medical treatment. The reporter stated she was told by Shermecia that her father believed she may be talking to boys and duct taped her to a chair and whipped her with a belt. The reporter stated that the child doesnt have any behavioral issues and is a straight A student. The reporter added on 05/02/16, she and other faculty at Florence High School witnessed the child's father talk to her in an aggressive way and called her a bitch. The reporter also stated he threatened the child's life and told her he would kill her. Per the reporter school administration were present but nothing was done to intervene on the child's behalf.
The reporting party (RP) stated that Llanet Zaligan and is the girlfriend of her husband and according to her 7 year old daughter (name not provided) is operating a day care. The RP stated she received a texted message from her soon to be ex-husband who informed her he quit his job and was assisting his girlfriend in operating a day care. According to the RP there are 17 children in care 5 of the children belong to the girlfriend, 3 of the children belong to the RP and the other 9 children are day care children from different families. The ages of the children ranges from the age of 2 to the age of 12. Subsequently one of the 2 year old children is running around with a "Pink eye" infection. Additionally the windows are opened without screens
EREPORT # 19308 stated the following: Children (Kalli and Cordasia) have no food in the home. Mother (Kendrea) uses food stamps to pay people in the community and family to keep her children. The children are sent to school with dirty clothing. The children are left with various people in the community while mother goes out and party. There are safety concerns regarding the children beingin various homes while mother goes out and party.Cordasia has frequent behavior problems in school(unknown reason). Mother (Kendrea) whips the child as punishment due to having behavior issues at school. Approximately 3 weeks ago mother (Kendrea) left the children unattend with a friend for the weekend with no change of clothing. The home has previously been without electricity. It is
The reporting party (RP) stated on 3/7/16 she arrived to find a 6 month old infant named Josephin (last name unknown) crying. The RP stated the infant continued to cry for approximately 10 minutes before the RP went on a 10 minutes break. According to the RP the infant was still crying upon her return. The RP stated she could no longer endure the infant's crying so she picked her up to comfort her. When the RP picked up the infant and determined by the smell the infant required a diaper change. Immediately the infant was removed from the RP care by a teacher named Kim who changed the infant's diaper. Another teacher named Margaret removed the child from Kim, who tightly swaddled and placed her in a crib. The RP asked Kim why the infants are
Reporting party (RP) stated that her daughter Ariyah Zavala (DOB: 09/10/15) is in classroom #1. RP stated that last week there were 12 infants in the classroom with 2 teachers. RP also stated that the facility has cameras and that she is able to see her daughter in the class room. RP stated that the teachers float from room to room. RP stated that on 11/10/16, she asked one of the teachers if they were overwhelmed. The teacher (unknown) stated yes and ask RP not to say anything. The teacher also mentioned that Wednesdays are the worst days for coverage. RP mentioned that the carpet that the children play and sleep on is very dirty; RP describes the carpet as having dark stains on it and has dirt on top of it. RP was told that the carpets were
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