Update: Children Found Unattended In Hot Attic

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 7/22/2012 7:33 pm

A Barbourville Day Care Owner is out of jail.

Police arrested Larinda Tuttle on Friday, saying they found five children unattended in a hot attic at Tuttle’s Day Care Center “The Great Start Educational Center.”

Police charged Tuttle with five counts of criminal abuse.

Police say they went to investigate the day care after receiving complaints about it. They found exposed nails, loose wiring and dead animals in the attic with the children.

The kids weren’t hurt and are now with their families.

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