Police: Toddler Was Tied Up For 16 Hours A Day

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Updated: 9/26/2012 5:54 pm
The parents and grandmother of a 3-year-old Lawrenceburg girl are charged with tying a young girl up to a bed post every day for hours.

According to court documents, the girl's grandmother,Carolyn Case,64, told police that the girl was tied up for discipline reasons. Case said they tied the girl to her bed by using a curtain sash and a large horse collar safety pin. She says they then tied her to her chair with the curtain sash.

Case says they restrained the girl because she was getting out of bed at night and tried to run away. Case was arrested and so was the girl's parents,Rebecca Leah Medley, 30, and Herbert Charles Medley, 53.

Medley told police that he knew about the girl being tied up, but didn't say anything because he thought he might be kicked out of the house.
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football78 - 9/26/2012 9:48 PM
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I say do the exact same thing to this ole hag and see how she likes it!
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