McKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – An accused child abuser from a McKinney child care operation has now been charged with physically harming at least eight babies during the past two years.
McKinney Police filed the additional charges against Jessica Wiese, the former employee at Joyous Montessori, which is currently under state review.READ MORE: Police: Dallas Officer Arrested, Charged With Driving While Intoxicated
Wiese, 44, is being held in the Collin County Jail on $500,000 bond after five new charges were added.
The incidents include a 7-month-old with a broken arm and video of Wiese hitting an infant repeatedly in the head.
Wiese was arrested in December after video from inside the school recorded her slamming a 5-month-old baby onto a table.
There’s also video of the infant room worker grabbing a 2-month-old by his legs and shaking him up and down and Wiese forcefully slamming a toddler into a table.READ MORE: US Border Agents Receiving Help On Custody Work, Returning To Field
Police believed there were more victims and added five more counts of injury to a child.
Wiese was a registered nurse who lost her license due to drug abuse.
At 2-months-old, Kairo Grant was one of the victims. His family said he suffered numerous broken bones.
His mother said Wiese’s nursing background should have been known to Joyous Montessori.
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