Monday, July 20, 2015

Serious disciplinary action against daycares hidden from public view | WJLA.com



...For one Montgomery County mom, placing her two young daughters in someone else's care was an act of trust that was betrayed. The woman, who 7 On Your Side is not identifying in an effort to protect juvenile victims of a sex crime, tells ABC7, “I was just shocked and horrified and very angry.”
The woman says her daughters were molested by a man named David Zarayasi, who records show was charged in the incidents later convicted in 2013 of a third degree sex offense. He served time and now takes up space on Maryland’s Sex Offender Registry. But two years ago, Zarayasi was helping his wife run a daycare out of the couple’s home in Montgomery Village.
“I think she should have been shut down immediately,” the victim’s mother said.
Elsa de Perea's daycare is now legally open for business without Zarayasi. She declined comment to ABC7. But after her husband was charged, records obtained by the 7 On Your Side I-Team show Maryland's Office of Child Care briefly suspended de Perea's license and moved to revoke it, saying her failure to protect children in her care violated state code. That's something you'd never know without 7 On Your Side...


1 comment:

  1. This ought to startle the ostriches.

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