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Florida woman arrested after leaving the 6 children who is infected with lice’ home, police say

Florida police on Wednesday said they arrested a woman who allegedly left six children in a house in which the living conditions were described by the authorities as “the worst they had ever seen.”

(Marion County Sheriff’s Office)

Florida police on Wednesday said they arrested a woman who allegedly left six children in a house in which the living conditions were described by the authorities as “the worst they had ever seen.”

Sara Nicole Resko was hit with six counts of child neglect, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office announced on Facebook, after deputies responded to a call Tuesday about two young children “wandering the road” in Porter Shores area.

A 2-year-old girl who is not fully dressed, and a 4-year-old boy found to be “infested with lice and covered with open wounds,” the sheriff’s office said.

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As deputies worked to determine where the children came from, they said four other children, who were later found to be the older brothers and sisters, rode by on their bikes. The sheriff’s department said that the children – who are 6, 8, 9 and 13 years old – told them that Resko she made herself while she was at work.

The residence lacked food, running water and electricity, the sheriff’s department said, and the children slept on bare mattresses on the floor. She said that the house was overrun with flies and littered with dog feces.

The sheriff’s department said that “all of the children were infected with lice and covered with open wounds.”

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Resko back home to find the deputies there and claimed that he was only his “for a few minutes,” the department said. However, she said that she adjusted her story after learning that the delegates for more than an hour.

The sheriff’s department said that they discovered two earlier incidents in April 2017 and February 2018 in Resko the children were left unsupervised.” On the second occasion, officials of the Ministry of Children and Families (DCF) “implemented a supervision plan, with Resko.”

“Deputies eventually determined that Resko failed on multiple occasions for the reception and guidance of these children,” the sheriff ‘ s department said, adding that the six children were placed in DCF custody.

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