Cops made this horrifying discovery on March 31 when they knocked at the door of the house on the 2200 block of Fieldstone Court in Fairfield to return a 12-year-old who was reported missing. The officers located the missing 12-year-old and returned to the child's home.
Sharon Henry, chief deputy district attorney for Solano County, said she was "horrified" by the statements from the children and that torture was carried out in the house "for sadistic purposes". He was booked into the Solano County Jail for 9 counts of felony torture and 6 counts of felony child abuse.
During their search, they reportedly discovered 10 other children-ranging in age from four months to 11 years old-living in "horrible conditions". The bathroom is strewn with feces at a home in Fairfield, Calif., Monday, May 14, 2018, where authorities removed 10 children and charged their father with torture and their mother with neglect after an investigation revealed a lengthy period of severe physical and emotional abuse.
The 10 children were placed in protective custody by Solano County Child Welfare Services.
On Friday, officers arrested Allen, charging him with nine counts of felony torture and six counts of child abuse.
Henry expects "appropriate charges" to be added in the coming days to the case against the children's mother, Ina Rogers, 30, who now faces a misdemeanor count of child endangerment. She and 29-year-old Jonathan Allen, live in the city of Fairfield, just north of San Francisco.
Authorities further confirmed that their mother, Ina Rogers, has been charged with a misdemeanor count of child endangerment, but prosecutors are evaluating whether to file additional charges.
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She continued, "I strive, I thrive on being a good parent to my children". She felt she was being judged for having so many children and having chosen to home-school them. "He looks like a scary individual, and that's why people are so quick to judge him", Rogers said. But absolutely not, my husband is an fantastic person. None of the children required medical care.
But Rogers, who works at a heart-monitoring company, said the home was messy because she had been searching for her son who had run off after his computer was confiscated.
"It was obviously unsanitary and not a condition that children - or any human probably - should be living in at the time", Fairfield police Lt. Greg Hurlbut said Monday.
She said: There's no broken bones, there is no major scars, nothing.
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. Larry Magnaye says he had no idea 10 kids lived across the street - he says he never saw them. According to Rogers, the children are now staying with family members.
Rogers told the media that the reason the home was in disarray was because she tore up her house looking for her missing child.
Peggy Allen, the mom of Jonathan Allen, stated she had talked to Rogers concerning the situation of the house, saying it was vital to maintain a clear home. My husband has a lot of tattoos. "But I don't know how you can keep it quiet when you have 10 kids".