Court documents show year-old Kenneth Fry and year-old Kelly Fry kept two of their children locked in a room subdivided by wood and kept plastic buckets for the children to use as a toilet. They were charged with child endangerment, an aggravated misdemeanor; child endangerment causing bodily injury, a class D felony; and neglect or abandonment of a dependent person, a class C felony. As part of a plea deal, Kenneth and Kelly Fry have agreed to plead guilty to two counts of child endangerment. Court documents indicate the couple had seven children, and two of them had been adopted from Ghana, one age 8 and one age 9. The two children had been home-schooled. Investigators said the other five children had typical and age-appropriate bedrooms, while the two adopted children shared a bedroom that had been subdivided into two rooms made of wood.
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The south suburban parents of nine children locked their adult daughter, who has severe congitive disabilites, inside a squalid, waste-covered bedroom for at least two years, prosecutors said Saturday. Hicks, 38, released without posting bail and both with electronic monitoring, on several neglect-related charges, including endangerment of a child, criminal neglect of a person with a disability and abuse or neglect of a physically disabled person by a caregiver. Hopkins and Hicks have nine children together, ranging in age from 1 to 20, prosecutors said at the Leighton Criminal Court Building. The young woman, who has the mental capacity of a small child, was not allowed to leave the room, authorities said. The daughter, who cannot care for or clean herself, was fed through the bars of the gate and slept on a mattress covered in human waste and menstrual blood, according to authorities.
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One had no gloves as she clutched her favourite toy - and is badly frostbitten while both suffered from hypothermia, but survived. The girls left the Tullukchaan kindergarten at Namtsy village, Yakutia, without staff noticing - which is now the subject of an urgent investigation. She is crying.
In a shocking incident, two minor sisters, who were forced to live in a dark, locked room devoid of ventilation in outer Delhi's Samaypur Badli area after being deserted by their drunkard father, were rescued with deep wounds due to maggot infection, police said on Friday. The two girls, aged eight and three years, were left alone in their rented house at Radha Vihar of Nepali Colony, allegedly by their drunkard father on August 17, they said. After a foul smell started emanating from the house, neighbours made a PCR call on August 19 and the two girls were rescued from the house. They were infected with maggots and had skin infection, the police said. The room had no ventilation and it was a breeding ground for mosquitoes.