Cops picked up ‘wandering’ girls from orphanage

- probe finds

Investigations have found that the three teenage girls, who were charged and sentenced for wandering and kept in police custody for over three weeks awaiting transfer to the New Opportunity Corps, were in fact picked up by police at the Camal International Home for Children and Battered Women.

A source close to the inquiry, set up following the recent arrest of the girls, confirmed that they were held at the facility, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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