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In Oklahoma, Child abuse charges filed: Daycare workers accused of feeding toddler hot sauce | Daycare Injury


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5/10/2012
Christopher Keane
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Two Creek Nation daycare workers were reportedly charged with child abuse after police said they put hot sauce on a toddler's plate of green beans and then laughed as the child screamed and cried after eating the meal.
Tracy Owens, 36, of Boley, and Rosie Hicks, 49, of Okemah, were charged last week in Okfuskee County District Court. Owens was charged with child abuse by injury, and Hicks faces two counts of child abuse by injury, court records show.
The women reportedly do not have published telephone numbers and could not be reached for comment.
A woman reportedly answering the phone at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Child Development Center declined to comment on the allegations.

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