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A Teen Locked In Bedroom in North Las Vegas. Mother Was a Confirmed CCSD Employee

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, November 19, 2022 8:10 am

A Teen Locked In Bedroom in North Las Vegas. Mother Was a Confirmed CCSD Employee

LAS VEGAS – A mother who worked for the Clark County School District has been accused of locking her teenage daughter in a room and refusing her access to food and a bathroom.

Addy Gonzales’s status as a family learning advocate with CCSD was verified. CCSD said that Gonzales had been working for them since 2005.

According to CCSD, Gonzales is taking an unpaid leave of absence.

Gonzales, Maria Pasarin, and Daniel Omezcua have been charged with child abuse and false imprisonment after a neighbor reported seeing a teenage girl climb a ladder to fetch water from Gonzales’s second-floor room.

According to a complaint filed by the NLVPD, “the female juvenile also claimed her parents had confined her in her bedroom and not fed her or let her use the restroom.” The youngster informed authorities she ran away to grab some water because she hadn’t eaten since the night before. She informed authorities that her mother, whom they named as Gonzales, only fed her and gave her water when she returned from work.

When NLVPD finally gained entry to the room where the girl was being held, they found a box spring and a bed frame with a sheet on them but no bed. NLVPD reported finding a container containing human waste in the room, along with a roll of toilet paper.

Eight earlier reports of abuse or neglect were “unsubstantiated,” according to CPS.

On November 21, the accused are scheduled to make their initial court appearance.

Credits: Fox 5 Vegas

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