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South Carolina daycare worker, 24, is fired after surveillance video shows her breaking up a scuffle by SLAPPING a child, 5, and throwing him to the ground twice

A daycare worker in South Carolina has been arrested after surveillance footage appeared to show her breaking up a scuffle by hitting a five-year-old boy and throwing him to the ground twice.
Tiana McElveen, 24, was charged with unlawful conduct towards a child and arrested last Thursday over her behavior at Care-A-Lot Daycare Center in Sumter County, according to court records.
Video taken August 14 shows two young children fighting over a toy inside the daycare center as a woman, identified as McElveen, stands in the corner of the room watching.
The two boys become increasingly physical with each other, prompting McElveen and a second employee to approach the children. 
McElveen appears to strike one child in the face before grabbing him by the arm and throwing him onto the ground.

McElveen (far right) was accused of striking a five-year-old boy (center) after he and another child fought over a toy, authorities said
McElveen (far right) was accused of striking a five-year-old boy (center) after he and another child fought over a toy, authorities said

She then picks up the same child, this time by the wrists, and roughly drops him on to the ground again.
McElveen leaves the victim on the ground and pulls the other child away. 
The second employee, who did not physically intervene throughout the incident, helps the thrown child up. 
McElveen (center) was caught on surveillance footage throwing a five-year-old child onto the ground
McElveen (center) was caught on surveillance footage throwing a five-year-old child onto the ground 
She picked the child up and appeared to throw him again while a second employee watched nearby
She picked the child up and appeared to throw him again while a second employee watched nearby
McElveen (right) was arrested on August 20 and fired from Care-A-Lot Daycare Center over a separate incident that allegedly involved her leaving food on the ground for children
McElveen (right) was arrested on August 20 and fired from Care-A-Lot Daycare Center over a separate incident that allegedly involved her leaving food on the ground for children
The Sumter Item reports that McElveen was fired from her position at Care-A-Lot Daycare Center last Friday over a separate incident involving children.  
An incident report claimed McElveen became rude to staffers after they confronted her for allegedly putting food on the floor for children 'to eat like dogs.' 
The Department of Social Services was notified and McElveen was arrested on August 20. 
She was taken to Sumter County Sheriff's Office Detention Center, but was released after paying a $1,500 bond. 

2 comments:

  1. She's black and the kid is white. Why isn't this a race crime? They should make her eat off the floor like a dog.

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  2. Common primate child rearing techniques.

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