Texas police arrested woman after 1-year-old girl "hogtied" and 2-year-old boy in a cage were found in San Antonio home
A Texas woman arrested after police found a toddler “hogtied” and another one in a cage during a welfare check on January 9, according to the reports.
The welfare check was carried out at a San Antoni home after a concerned witness called 911, said police chief William McManus.
Inside the home, the officers discovered a 1-year-old girl with her hands and feet tied together and a 2-year-old boy in a covered playpen similar to a cage. The girl had a bruised eye and bloody lip.
The woman, identified as Priscilla Salias, who was temporary entrusted to look after the children was arrested was arrested and charged with two children endangerment.
The children were taken away from biological parents.
“Child endangerment carries a maximum sentence of two years, but I’ll tell you I — what she did to these children is, I mean, it’s unforgivable,” McManus said. “Two years seems like nothing compared to what she did to these children.”
CPS confirmed to KENS 5 that a joint investigation is underway.