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Subject: Re: An Open Letter Date: 10/10/2012 2:19 PM
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Is it possible that the arresting officer will notify CPS (or whoever handles these cases) to have a well-check done on the children? I know that here, if an officer suspects abuse, he or she is required by law to contact CPS and have the incident checked out.

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I would imagine it is possible. The kids were at school/daycare when this went down. I did mention to him that there is a possibility that he could have the kids removed from the house the more this goes on. Didn't seem to get through.
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