Military service members sacrifice a great deal for their country. Often, they are remembered for putting themselves in the line of fire as they defend freedom around the world. But at the same time, these warriors leave behind a family worrying about their safety. A child wanting nothing more than for their parents to walk through the nearest door. The selflessness of each member is something to be admired. And while a daycare facility located on the Robins Air Force Base claimed to focus on the growth and well-being of the children in their care, a federal jury handed down a 30-count indictment after two employees allegedly abused the kids by making them fight, hitting them, and even spraying cleaning liquid in their faces. 

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Located in Warner Robins, Georgia, the daycare facility seemed to be a nightmare for the children as both Zhanay Kiana Flynn (27), and Antanesha Mone Fritz (29) worked there between January and February of 2021. The charges against them include hitting children with books, kicking children into nearby walls, violently shaking some of the children while threatening to hurt them, forcing a child into a small enclosure, and making some of the children fight each other. As mentioned above, the two employees also found cleaning solution and sprayed it on the children’s faces. And the whole time this went on, the director, Latona Mae Lambert (51), failed to report the child abuse. 

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Looking at each individual person and what they are charged with:

Zhanay Kiana Flynn 

  • One count failure to report child abuse
  • Three counts battery
  • 18 counts of cruelty to children in the first degree
  • Six counts cruelty to children in the second degree  

Antanesha Mone Fritz

  • One count failure to report child abuse
  • Three counts battery
  • 18 counts of cruelty to children in the first degree
  • Six counts cruelty to children in the second degree  

Latona Mae Lambert 

  • One count failure to report child abuse

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When it comes to the maximum sentence for each count, the cruelty to children in the first degree has a max of 20 years for each count. The cruelty to children in the second degree comes with a maximum of 10 years per count. One year max for each count of battery and one year max for failure to report child abuse. 

One of the mothers, Jennifer Clinton, recalled learning about the abuse at the daycare center. “One day, something just told me to look at the cameras, so I looked at the cameras, and I went to walk out, and I stopped, and I was like no, go back. One hit her in the back of the head, and the other hit her in her back, and I said, ‘that’s odd. ‘So I watched to see if the teacher was going to do anything. At that time, the other little girl pulled up her hand to hit (Clinton’s daughter) again, and I ran down the hall and grabbed her out of there.”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on October 13, 2022. It originally appeared on LifeZette and is used with permission.

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