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Taking Action: Deputies urge parents to check daycares after kids found in closet

There are 1 comment on the WTKR-TV Norfolk story from Oct 10, 2012, titled Taking Action: Deputies urge parents to check daycares after kids found in closet. In it, WTKR-TV Norfolk reports that:

The story of "Little Monkies" at-home daycare enraged NewsChannel 3 viewers, with many wondering why parents would even trust their child's life to someone else without a background check.

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#1 Oct 11, 2012
Tanya was just money hungry to have all those kids in her home like that and neglect them. She is at fault and the authorities is not the ones to blame Katie. I saw her on the news lying about not having a daycare what's up with that? She owes all those parents explanations and refunds being that the infants were not taken care of properly and pushed off into dark closets. Don't you know that's torture to any child!

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