A Milwaukee lady prosecutor said dismissed six youngsters who were in her consideration in a Milwaukee home that was regarded not fit for any human or creature to live in was condemned to probation Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Tracey Shields, 44, on Jan. 16 conceded to three crime accusations — two checks of disregarding a kid and one tally of battery.
She was condemned to serve a half year in the House of Correction (straight time with credit for seven days’ time served), which was stayed; in addition to two years’ probation on the kid disregard feelings; and a half year in the House of Correction, which was stayed; and two years’ probation on the battery conviction.
The battery sentence was requested to be served successively to the youngster disregard sentences, for an aggregate of four years’ probation.
Court archives said Shields got “plastered each day,” and investigators said she mishandled the youngsters, ages 8 to 14 – in any event, gnawing one of them in the face, and keeping them in lamentable conditions.
Reports demonstrated the “impactful smell of the home could be smelled from outside of the house. There were rodents running along the outside of the home. Within the whole home was shrouded in creature dung, swarmed with flies, and loaded up with trash. It was almost difficult to stroll through the home because of the measure of creature dung and trash on the floor.” The protest likewise noticed that the “washroom sink was flooding with trash, making it unusable,” and that there “was no palatable nourishment in the home; just liquor. It didn’t give the idea that the home had running water.”
At the point when Shields was captured, police said she was “influencing and slurring her words” and told officials, “I can drink when I need to.”