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Daycare

Molestation

Relative Accused Of Molesting Children At Sunnyvale Home Daycare

A 68-year-old man who lived at a child care facility in Sunnyvale operated by a relative has been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing children there, police said.

10/08/2013

Stephanie Newbrough, who operated Stephanie's Day Care in Milpitas, was shut down on April 30, 2013 after allegations of child abuse. (pandpsitters.com / CBS)

Milpitas Daycare Closed Over Alleged Abuse Of Infant Boy

A longtime Milpitas childcare facility has shut down and the owner’s childcare license suspended due to alleged mistreatment of a boy there, according to the California Department of Social Services.

05/10/2013

Nazila Sharaf (left) and her younger sister Lida Sharaf face numerous child abuse and neglect charges stemming from their work at a child care facility in Livermore. (Livermore Police)

East Bay Sisters Charged With Swaddling Babies Plead Not Guilty

Two sisters who are accused of binding babies with blankets during naptime at a Livermore child care facility have pleaded not guilty to child abuse and neglect charges.

04/30/2013

Samuel Cowper is accused of molesting two girls at Mary's Daycare in Vallejo. (Vallejo Police Department)

Son Of Vallejo Daycare Owners Rearrested On Molestation Charge

The son of the operators of a Vallejo day care center has been rearrested on molestation charges, Vallejo police said Monday.

CBS San Francisco–03/14/2011

Samuel Cowper is accused of molesting two girls at Mary's Daycare in Vallejo. (Vallejo Police Department)

Vallejo Daycare Shut Down Amid Accusations Of Molestation

The California Department of Social Services has shut down a home daycare in Vallejo after police accused the owner’s son of molesting two young girls and also confiscated dozens of digital images of children.

KPIX 5–12/16/2010

(CBS)

Martinez Daycare Provider Found Guilty Of Molestation

Jurors found a 56-year-old Martinez man guilty Thursday of molesting two young girls at an in-home daycare facility, Deputy District Attorney Paul Graves said.

CBS San Francisco–12/16/2010