10 children rescued from 'horrible' living conditions in California

10 children rescued from 'horrible' living conditions in California

10 children rescued from 'horrible' living conditions in California

A Fairfield couple has been charged with everything from child neglect to torture after police say they discovered their 10 children living in squalor.

Rogers told reporters she's surprised police had leveled the most serious accusations against her husband, as he was not the disciplinarian of the family.

Fairfield police Lt. Greg Hurlbut described the home as having human and animal feces and urine on the ground, as well as spoiled food and garbage.

She said the condition the police saw in her home were a result of her "tearing up" her house because her son was missing. "The investigation revealed a long and continuous history of severe physical and emotional abuse of the children".

There was evidence of puncture wounds and burns and bruises, and at least one child appeared to have been shot with a "BB gun or pellet gun" in a case District Attorney Krishna Abrams described as "extremely disturbing".

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At a press conference Monday, Solano County Chief Deputy District Attorney Sharon Henry said she was "horrified" by the statements made by several of the victims and that "as a parent, first and foremost in my heart. we believe these children deserve justice".

But the children's mother said it's all a big misunderstanding.

Ina Rogers was arrested and charged with child neglect. "This is absolutely appalling", Ina Rogers said, standing in the doorway of her Fairfield home while giving reporters her reaction to charges she and her husband abused, even tortured, their 10 children.

Police in Fairfield stated earlier Monday that the 10 youngsters, ages four months to 12 years, had been faraway from their residence March 31 after their mom, Ina Rogers, 30, reported her oldest little one was lacking. A Fairfield press release described the children as being "rescues from frightful living conditions" that were "in squalor and unsafe".

Rogers denied the allegations to reporters outside her home.

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"She told me she's never lived alone and now that her kids are gone and her husband is gone, she's just a mess", Quartman said. "However I do not know how one can hold it quiet when you could have 10 children". "I tore up my house, I lifted up beds, I ripped things out of the closet, I completely tore up everything to make sure that he really wasn't here".

Their parents, Ina Rogers, 30, and Jonathan Michael Allen, 29, were subsequently arrested. All 10 children are in the protective custody of Solano County Child Welfare Services. According to Rogers, the children are now staying with family members.

"With the assistance of Child Welfare Services and the Solano County District Attorney's Office, detectives with the Fairfield Police Department's Family Violence Unit initiated an investigation", police said. "And so I've had many people question my right to parent and I feel this whole situation has exploded". Officers arrested him about 8:30 a.m. Friday after serving a warrant at a residence in the 2200 block of Fieldstone Court.

This booking mug released Monday, May 14, 2018, by the Solano County Sheriff's Office shows Jonathan Allen.

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