Mentally Challenged Teen found Locked In A Cage At Home For Those With Special Needs
Two people in Michigan were arrested on Monday after a mentally challenged teen, 19, was found in a caged bed in “Tolin’s Acres of Angels,” a home for those with special needs.
[su_center_ad]Huron County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Steve Bismack responded to a domestic dispute at a home in Paris Township on Oct. 20th, according to WNEM.
Bismack entered the bedroom after receiving permission to do so and found the 19-year-old in a caged bed.
The officer then contacted the Department of Human Services emergency center in which DHS personnel were dispatched to the scene.
In addition, three adults and two children were removed from the home as well.
Police said a 65-year-old woman and a 66-year-old male were arrested and face felony charges of Unlawful Imprisonment, a 15-year charge. Both have additionally been charged with Vulnerable Adult Abuse-Third Degree, a 2-year misdemeanor.
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