The kids’ teachers had suspected child abuse, and contacted the Department of Child and Family Services. DCYF placed the children – who are 9 and 12 – first with relatives, then later with a foster family.
The agency instructed Chance not to contact her children, and according to her attorney, she didn’t.
A month later, Concord Police arrested Chance, charging her with five counts of assault against her children. If she is convicted, she could be deported.
People who know Chance say she should not have been arrested and never belonged in jail. More…