South Carolina women arrested for allegedly stuffing ice packs in kids' clothes at day care

9/16/2022 5:50:00 AM

South Carolina women arrested for allegedly stuffing ice packs in kids' clothes at day care

South Carolina women arrested for allegedly stuffing ice packs in kids' clothes at day care

A pair of South Carolina women were arrested on child cruelty charges Thursday for 'placing icepacks in the child's clothing' at a day care last month.

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Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.In a letter to Morningstar CEO Kunal Kapoor, South Carolina State Treasurer Curtis M.NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Two women were arrested in Fountain Inn, South Carolina , on child cruelty charges after allegedly putting an ice pack inside a child's clothing at a daycare center last month, according to the Fountain Inn Police Department.Crews anticipate it staying closed until at least tomorrow morning.Joy Lashway and Kimberly McCall were arrested Tuesday for the Aug.alleged that Sustainalytics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Morningstar, negatively rates firms connected to Israel.24 incident at Excel Academy, according to warrants for their arrest.Authorities said Mullins was charged with assault, battery and possession of a weapon.

A detective wrote in the warrant that Lashway and McCall"did knowingly and intentionally inflict and cause unnecessary pain and suffering to a minor child [redacted] by placing icepacks in the child's clothing without legitimate purpose other than to inflict ill treatment."The State of South Carolina does not support companies that are involved in the boycott, divestment, or sanctions of Israel, and the recent reports regarding Sustainalytics are concerning, "Loftis wrote." Joy Lashway was arrested on child cruelty charges for allegedly placing an ice pack down a child's shirt at a day care last month.(Fountain Inn Police Department).INDIANA AG CALLS ESGS 'ACTIVIST-DRIVEN AGENDAS,' SEEKS TO PREVENT USE FOR INVESTING STATE PENSIONS The South Carolina Treasury office currently relies on Morningstar for its ratings, data and analysis of the state’s Future Scholar 529 College Savings Plans, a $6 billion fund.

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Police: 2 women facing cruelty charges after putting icepacks in child’s clothes at day careAuthorities in South Carolina say two women are facing charges in an incident that happened last month at a day care center.