COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO (AP) – On Thursday, a Colorado woman was convicted guilty of child abuse and other counts after hiding 26 children behind a false wall at her day care business.
According to The Gazette, Carla Faith was found guilty of 26 charges of misdemeanor child abuse, a felony offense of attempting to influence a public official, and a misdemeanor count of operating a child care center without a license. In addition, one of her staffers was found guilty of 26 charges of child abuse.
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Mountain Play Place was visited by police in November 2019 amid reports that it was caring for more children than was permitted. Despite Faith’s repeated claims that there were no children present, the officer could hear children.
According to the arrest complaint, many of the youngsters had dirty or wet diapers and were sweaty and thirsty.
Vanessa Nagel, the mother of a kid at the daycare, expressed her delight at the verdict but said that the trial had been emotionally draining.
“It’s going to take help, especially for our kids, to move on after the trauma they’ve experienced,” she said.