Barbourville: Children Found Unattended In Hot Attic

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Updated: 7/22/2012 12:09 am
A day care owner is in jail after 5 children were found in unattended in a hot attic in Barbourville.
Police say they arrested Larinda Tuttle, the operator of Great Start Educational Center.
Exposed nails, loose wiring, and dead animals were also found in the attic.
The children were not injuried and are now with their families.
Tuttle is in the Knox County Jail.
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