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Woman Kept Son In Dog Crate

Posted by Sandra On March - 9 - 2011

Dog Crate

The state Department of Children and Families investigated previous allegations of abuse against an Old Saybrook woman who is now accused of forcing her son to sleep in a plastic dog crate, but took no action, a warrant application for the mother’s arrest reveals. Kathlyn Anthony, 54, of River Road, was charged Sunday with risk of injury to a minor and arraigned Monday in Superior Court in Middletown. She is free after posting $100,000 bail.

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http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-child-abuse-dcf-0309-20110308,0,1230116.story

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  1. Crate abused | Gilardin Says:

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