Mother denies abuse after her 10 children are taken into protective custody

Posted May 15, 2018

Cops made this horrifying discovery on March 31 when they knocked at the door of the house on the 2200 block of Fieldstone Court in Fairfield to return a 12-year-old who was reported missing.

Once they found the child, they searched the home due to concerns for the safety and health of the other children.

Sharon Henry, chief deputy district attorney for Solano County, said she was "horrified" by the statements from the children and that torture was carried out in the house "for sadistic purposes".

The Solano County District Attorney's Office described this type of crime of torture as inflicting pain with the intent to cause cruel and extreme pain and suffering, and in this instance, for a sadistic goal.

"The children described incidents of intentional abuse resulting in puncture wounds, burns, bruising, and injuries consistent with being shot with a pellet gun or BB gun", said Lieutenant Greg Hurlbut of the Fairfield Police. The children, who were taken into protective custody by Solano County Child Welfare services have been placed under the care of relatives.

Following the sentence in the Turpin case, California authorities have identified yet another example of child torture. She and 29-year-old Jonathan Allen, live in the city of Fairfield, just north of San Francisco.

Ina Rogers, 30, mother of the children, who was charged with child endangerment, denied the allegations in an interview on Monday.

She continued, "I strive, I thrive on being a good parent to my children". They were handed over to social services, and parents will be judged.

30-year-old Ina Rogers called the police in March after she discovered that her 12-year-old son was missing.

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She described herself as an "amazing mother" and her husband, Allen, as an "amazing person". "And so I've had many people question my right to parent, and I just feel like this whole situation was exploded", Rogers said, according to ABC News.

The kids didn't require medical consideration once they have been eliminated.

Rogers informed reporters she's shocked police had leveled essentially the most severe accusations in opposition to her husband, as he was not the disciplinarian of the household.

As for the home's appalling appearance, Mrs. Rogers stated that it's hard to keep everything neat and tidy with ten kids around, several cats, a dog, and, a goldfish on top. "My kids get bumped and bruised and scratched because they're kids but that's it".

Rogers said the children slept in one bedroom because they were close; cots were stored in a bedroom closet. My husband has a lot of tattoos.

Rogers said the home's condition was a result of her "tearing up" the house because her son was missing.

Neighbour Larry Magnaye said he had no idea there were 10 children living in the house across the street.

Despite everyone pointing fingers at Allen, Rogers told the authorities that her husband never abused his sons and daughters.

"We're in the process of making the decisions to file the appropriate charges", she said. Once that fear sets in, you don't know what to do'.