Shocking details emerged about the ten children who were tortured by their parents in their disgusting and filthy California home. Prosecutors submit a motion to increase bail of Ina Rogers, the 31-year-old mother of the children who was charged with nine felony counts of child abuse. Inside the motion, prosecutors revealed new details about the horrific abuse the children endured at the hands of their parents.
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Solano County Deputy District Attorney Veronica Juarez wrote in the motion, "On a continuous basis the children were getting punched, strangled, bitten, shot with weapons such as crossbows and BB guns, hit with weapons such as sticks and bats, subjected to 'waterboarding' and having scalding water poured on them." Juarez added that Rogers "knew about these incidents and assisted with the abuse herself and also failed to protect these children from this harmful and violent environment."
The document also says the children have "varying forms of scars" from the years-long abuse. Other than the details contained in the motion, prosecutors have been very tight-lipped about the details of the charges against Rogers and her 29-year-old husband, Jonathan Allen. Allen is in Solano County Jail on a $5.2 million bail. The motion also claims Rogers not only had a hand in the abuse, but she actively discouraged her children from reporting their injuries, including broken bones in order to protect Allen.
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The children's living conditions were also horrible with trash, feces, and urine everywhere in the home, according to officers. Fairfield police found the children when responding to a missing juvenile report which led them to the two-story house in Fairfield, California. Inside the home, the officers found children ranging in age from 6-months to 11-years-old "huddled together on the living room floor." Officers described the home as being in "deplorable condition" with "clothes, garbage, and feces scattered everywhere."
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Juarez said in the motion, "The children appeared to be skittish and spoke with speech impediments." Police found the missing child sleeping in a neighbor's yard and also removed the ten children from the home and arrested Rogers on suspicion of neglect, but she posted $10,000 bail and was released. The children were interviewed and eventually spoke of "the physical and emotional abuse at the hands of Rogers and her partner."
It took investigators six weeks to pry the information from the children about their abuse. Wednesday, Judge William J. Pendergast increased Rogers' bail to $495,000 and said she "may not be a danger to the public at large, but these charges make clear she is a danger to the children."
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