Two former child services workers who were blamed for the death of a starved Brooklyn girl will avoid prison time.
The supervisor at the Administration for Children’s Services who was charged in connection with the death of a starved and beaten 4-year-old girl is speaking out.
This week in the Tri-State area, we saw the continuing fallout from the Bronx bus crash that left 15 people dead, witnessed an unprecedented prosecution of ACS workers and received another visit from an unwelcome guest — old man winter.
“I don’t know if the charges are true but I have 100 percent confidence in John Mattingly. This city is so lucky to have him,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.
Former workers Chereece Bell and Damon Adams were charged with criminally negligent homicide.