2 California daycare workers arrested for conspiring to hide infant’s fractured skull

4 month ago

San Bernardino news, California news.

Two employees at a Rancho Cucamonga daycare are facing criminal charges after a thorough investigation uncovered their involvement in inflicting and hiding a child’s skull injuries.

On September 4, an eight-month-old boy arrived with abuse-related skull injuries to the Loma Linda University Hospital where doctors alerted police.

Investigators determined that the infant had suffered physical abuse that resulted in a fractured skull at the hands of daycare workers who then conspired to hide his wounds.

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    “We are aware of the serious allegations against an assistant teacher and the director of the Kiddie Academy of Rancho Cucamonga, California,” the Kiddie Academy Domestic Franchising said in a statement.

    “We are committed to working with the franchise owners to ensure full cooperation with local authorities.”

    “As an organization, there is nothing more important than creating environments where a child’s intellectual, emotional and physical development flourishes. We remain committed to ensuring all franchisees maintain our world-class standards.”