BLUE ASH, Ohio - A 13-year-old boy has been arrested for allegedly raping a 2-year-old at an in-home day care in Blue Ash.
Blue Ash police say the alleged crime happened on June 27. The girl's parents called police the next day to report the alleged attack.
"It's horrible, I have never in my life felt so much pain," said the mother of the alleged victim.
Officers arrested the teenage suspect at a home on Twinbrook Court.
Police are looking into whether the alleged attack happened when the day care provider went to the Blue Ash Library and left the children in the care of the suspect.
The alleged victim's mother wanted the daycare provider charged with a crime.
"Any situation where adults leave children alone someone needs to stand up for them, cause it's not right and for her to not be charged, I find it disgusting and disturbing," said the alleged victim's mother.
The alleged victim's mother says once her older daughter found out about the alleged incident she also came forward with claims of abuse against the suspect.
"Now I can put it all together, she was telling me I don't want to go anymore, I don't like him, I don't want to be around him, so now it's making sense," said the alleged victim's mother.
A spokesman for the Ohio Job and Family Services told 9 News that the woman who runs the day care is not licensed or regulated by the state.
State law says that it is legal for an adult to care for fewer than six children in that person's residence without state license or regulation.
"Ohio Job and Family Services investigators were at the home today (Friday) responding to a call that the woman was caring for as many as 10 children," said Ben Johnson a spokesman for OJFS.
She signed a statement stating that she was in compliance.
"We will remain in close contact with local law enforcement and county children services as their investigations move forward," said Johnson.
No other information has been released at this time.
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