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Daycare Owner Convicted Of Keeping 26 Children Behind False Wall

Carla Faith was only licensed to care for up to six children at her Colorado Springs private daycare.

10/23/2021 12:40:00 PM

Carla Faith was only licensed to care for up to six children at her Colorado Springs private daycare.

Carla Faith was only licensed to care for up to six children at her Colorado Springs private daycare.

10/23/2021 05:34am EDTCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado daycare owner convicted of keeping 26 children hidden in the basement of her business two years ago has been sentenced to six years in prison after parents said some of the children suffered trauma including sleeping problems and anxiety.

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A judge issued the sentence to Carla Faith on Thursday following her conviction by a jury in August of more than two dozen misdemeanor child abuse charges and other crimes.AdvertisementFaith was only licensed to care for up to six children at her Colorado Springs private day care and only two of them were allowed to be under the age of 2.

But police who went to her Mountain Play Place day care in November 2019 after receiving reports there were more children than allowed found 25 children in the basement, including 12 children under age 2, prosecutors said.Carla Faith was only licensed to care for up to six children at her Colorado Springs private day care and only two of them were allowed to be under the age of 2. headtopics.com

via Associated PressThere were two adult employees supervising them in the basement and one of them, Valerie Fresquez, accepted a plea deal and testified at Faith’s trial,KRDO-TV reported.The 26th child who had been in the basement was picked up by a parent while police were at the day care, authorities said.

Many of the children had soiled or wet diapers and were sweaty and thirsty, according to an arrest affidavit.AdvertisementWhen police arrived, Faith repeatedly told an officer that no children were there and that the home did not have a basement, but the officer heard children’s music and a child’s cry from the basement, the affidavit said.

Another officer discovered a false wall and moved it to reveal the basement staircase, the affidavit said.At Faith’s sentencing on Thursday, parents of the children and relatives filled the courtroom, telling the judge that their children have suffered trauma since being at the day care, citing sleep and anxiety issues,

Parent Kim Marshall said that both of her children still receive counseling.Advertisement“We sleep with the lights on in our house,” she said. “My kids are anxious. They are fearful of the world.”Faith’s lawyer, Josh Tolini, said she had difficulty saying “no” to parents who wanted to place their children at her day care and that the situation snowballed. headtopics.com

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She made some “incredibly poor decisions about how to do this,” Tolini said.Faith was convicted of 26 counts of misdemeanor child abuse, attempting to influence a public servant and obstructing a peace officer.KRDO-TV reported that charges against Fresquez will be dropped if she meets some unspecified steps.

Day care employee Christina Swauger was convicted of the same charges as Faith and is awaiting sentencing.An arrest warrant has been issued for another former day care employee who failed to appear in court, said Howard Black, a spokesperson for the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Colorado.

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