The investigation into a parent hitting a child and two infants being attacked by a 9-year-old boy at a Vicksburg daycare continues this weekend.
Shocking surveillance video shows the nine year old hitting, choking, kicking, and even biting the toddlers.
Police say the attacks went on for 10 to 15 minutes. In the video you can see the boy wait until a daycare worker wasn't paying attention and then assault the girls.
The parent of one of the girls, Jamie Williams, went to the daycare Monday looking for answers. That's when he hit a boy who he thought was responsible. Investigators say it was the wrong child. Williams was later arrested for his actions.
Police have since charged a daycare worker in connection with the incident.
"Sandra Trevillion was the one that was in the room most of the time and she obviously did a very poor job, and that's what brought us to knowing that she needed to be charged for not performing her duties," said Vicksburg Police Chief Walter Armstrong.
Trevillion is charged with two counts of contributing to the neglect of a minor. Her bond was set at $2,656.
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