MO Couple Arrested Over Keeping Adopted Kids In Prison Like Conditions, Ordered Kid’s Prison Suits

Keeping - TheCount - Since 2005! - August 8, 2018

FARMINGTON, MO. (THECOUNT) — The St. Francois Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday released further disturbing information after four children were found in small rooms, with no windows or plumbing, police said.

Police said Laura Cheatham, a recent former employee of the Missouri Department of Corrections, ordered four kids-size prison inmate uniforms from the Prison Industries Clothing Division.

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Cheatham reportedly told the person in charge of the clothing that the uniforms were “for her kids.”

On Tuesday, police said Daryl Head and Cheatham, both 38-year-old, are charged with multiple counts of kidnapping and endangering the welfare of a child. Four children were found living inside boxes “smaller than a jail cell” with no windows, lighting or plumbing inside a Farmington home, police said. source

Police took custody of the uniforms from officials at Farmington Correctional Center along with cardboard patterns that are marked “kids pants”, ‘kids shirt.”

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