Mikiah reported to a teacher of being fearful for her life. On the morning of 5-20-16, Sandy was choked by her boyfriend because he thought she was stealing his dope. The incident occurred in front of Mikiah. This is not the first time Mikiah has reported physical abuse to her mother from a significant other. It was unknown if anything occurred to Mikiah.
The reporter stated 01/19/2016, Mrs. Mosley asked her to speak with Diamyne because she had concerns. According to the reporter, Diamyne told her an uncle has sexually abused her since the age of 9. Ms. Painter stated Diamyne also told her that her uncle raped her and there was penetration. The reporter stated Diamyne would not tell her when the abuse last occurred but she believes it has happened lately. The reporter was also unsure if any other agency has been involved or when Mrs. Mosley found out about the abuse.
The Director continued to deny the incident even when the teacher Monika Huynh admitted the child hit his head when she fell. Monika disclosed the Director provider her with an ice-pack to place on the child 's head after the fall. Marisa stated she can be contacted at (760) 740-3611 and Monika Huynh can be contacted at (760)
CCIB received a telephone call with an allegation against the facility. RP called to report that a program participant of the Resource Center Candice McGurre (435-899-9390) called to stated that her children that attends this daycare told her that Ruth has slapped children on the hand and also shoved a child against the wall. RP did not have any more details of child(ren)names or when these incidents occurred.
Maranda took several minutes in an attempt to locate her license, but was unsuccessful. I asked Maranda for her social security number, Maranda gave me a combination of a phone number, social security number, and a birth date. I asked Maranda if she had anyone she could have come get her, she stated yes. Maranda was unable to contact anyone. Maranda continued to argue with her Edward, and was still unable to calm herself down.
CCIB Intake received an anonymous complaint from a parent stating a teacher named Pam Morgan hit their son Yared Ortega on the head. The incident occurred last week. The complaint was on 9/21/16. According to the complainant the child only speaks Spanish and reported to his parents that Pam hit him. The child is currently afraid of Pam due to her physical behavior towards him.
The reporting party (RP) states that Isaiah Rosiles is a 12 year old child diagnosed with conduct disorder and an intellectually disability. The RP stated on 6/19/15 there was an incident between Isaiah and a staff member. According to the reporter Isaiah began hitting the staff member, "acting up", getting upset and yelling. During the altercation the staff member named Eddie (last name not mentioned) became upset and proceeded to strike Isaiah on the forehead leaving a mark near his right eye. The t course of action due to the incident included Isaiah 's parents contacted the Milpitas Police Department, which generated the police report (5-171-086).
Per Reporter: Brianna informed Ms. Mating (9/28/17) that she was scared to go home because Candice would not be home after school. Roy whips Brianna when she doesn’t do well on her vocabulary words. A month ago, Roy hit Brianna with a fly swatter on her leg and butt; the plastic part of the fly swatter fell off while Roy continued to hit her with the medal part. According to Brianna, there was marks or bruising, but there are none currently. Brianna mentioned that she is whipped often.
RIPLEY stated she was afraid to come forward in the past in fear of what VIRGIL GLISSON would do to her. RIPLEY stated she was living with GIDGYT (known to law enforcement as KAREN S. KNIGHT (GLISSON) F/W, DOB: 08/22/1974) since she was approximately 12 years old. RIPLEY stated she was sexually abused by her biological father, RICK RIPLEY, at the age of three years old. RIPLEY stated the sexual
A number of families, where CPS workers intervened several times, were subject to child maltreatment and/or neglect, which eventually caused something fatal and/or tragic to occur in either their biological and/or foster care home (Arizona Republic, 2008; The Associated Press, 2015; Bauer, 2012). If CPS workers “[lose] track of [these families]” (Roberts, 2008), which were reported to be an unsafe environment for a child, the child could potentially endure something fatal, such as his/her “remains [washing] up on the… shoreline” (The Associated Press, 2015), being “punched in the face until [he/she passes] out” (Roberts, 2008), being a victim of shaken-baby syndrome, “in which shaking an infant or young child inflicts brain and neck injuries” (Berk, 2012), being “starved, suffocated, burned”(The Denver Post, 2013), etc. If CPS workers miss crucial signs of neglect and/or maltreatment, by performing “drive-by social work” (The Associated Press, 2015), it can lead to tragedies and fatalities amongst children. For example, in New York City it is “the [city’s]…duty to protect [a child] when a Family Court judge [orders] caseworkers to visit [him/her] every two weeks and monitor [their parents-rearing]” (McKinley Jr., 2014); therefore, protecting the child from unsafe environments becomes the job of the city and/or state, which is the employer of
She reports last night her mother thought her children were trying to break into her home and take items out the home. The daughter reports she received many strange text messages last night from her mother. One text message states," That women don 't go out she just don 't caotcrsorch on the couch and sleep all day and eat all he is trying to do is get us one at a time you will see you encourage him, NJ said he would beat them if they said anything." The daughter did report her mother having a history of trauma. She reports physical abuse, sexual abuse by multiple member of the family, and substance abuse.