Mother Accuses Daycare Of Waxing Her Toddler’s Eyebrows

February 4, 2018
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A student was beyond upset after she picked up her daughter from the daycare on the Columbia Basin College campus in Pasco.

When Alyssa Salgado dropped her toddler off, the little girl had a unibrow. When she and her daughter arrived home, all that remained above her nose was a red patch.

The daughter, who is almost 2 years old, called it an “owie,” said her mom.

Salgado thinks that the child’s eyebrows were waxed and worries that it would have been painful.

The Mother posted to Facebook a photo that she had took of her daughter on Thursday morning before getting her ready for daycare, she said. Then, she posted a closeup of her face after daycare.

The photos were shared by other posters more than 6,000 times by Saturday afternoon.

Another Mother then also posted pictures of her son, saying she believed her son’s eyebrows also were waxed, but that staff denied it!

Nothing like this should ever happen and they had no right to touch by daughter at all,” Salgado said on Facebook. “I birthed my daughter and love every little thing about her.”

Columbia Basin College then responded with a Facebook post about 2 p.m. Saturday.

The Boys and Girls Club of Benton and Franklin counties takes care of the childcare center for the Pasco School District on the CBC campus.

“The Boys and Girls Club, Pasco School District and Columbia Basin College take these allegations seriously and will work together to support the investigation process,” the CBC post said.

The Washington State Department of Early Learning, who licenses childcare centers, will start an investigation Monday, according to CBC.

The Boys and Girls Club is also investigating the matter.

ICE Arrests Father Of 3 As He Was Getting His Kids Ready For School

A father of three from Kansas, who was detained by immigration officials last week as he was getting his kids ready for school, is facing deportation.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested Syed Ahmed Jamal, 55, outside of his home in Lawrence, Kansas, on Jan. 24. He’s since been detained and will be deported to Bangladesh, where he’s from, ICE said in a statement.

‘I don’t really understand why this is happening’

Jamal has already been living in the United States for decades and attained his undergraduate and master degrees here, his family said to ABC affiliate KMBC.

He and his wife, who is also from Bangladesh, have 3 kids who are all American citizens.

Now, his family worries that they’ll never see him again.

I don’t really understand why this is happening.” Jamal’s daughter, Naheen, told KMBC as tears rolled down her cheeks. “So that’s frustrating because he hasn’t done anything wrong.”

An online petition to stay Jamal’s deportation has gained well over 8,000 signatures. The petition describes him as a “family man, scientist and community leader” who has been living in the United States for 30 years.

He’s obviously a very dedicated dad,” Jamal’s eldest son, Taseen, told KMBC. “I just want him to come back.”

ICE said in a statement that Jamal initially legally entered the US in July 1998 on a temporary nonimmigrant visa. After he overstayed that visa, a federal immigration judge gave him 120 days to depart the United States.

He abided the judge’s order and left for Bangladesh in July 2002, according to the statement from ICE.

Three months later, Jamal legally re-entered the US on a temporary nonimmigrant visa. He again overstayed his visit and a federal judge gave him 120 days to depart. But Jamal violated the judge’s order and failed to leave the United States.

Therefore the judge issued a final order of removal, or deportation, according to the statement from ICE.

‘He’s obviously a very dedicated dad. I just want him to come back’

ICE said that Jamal came to the agency’s attention in September 2012 after he was arrested on misdemeanour criminal charges in Johnson County, Kansas.

ICE agents took Jamal into custody and subsequently released him on an order of supervision, requiring him to report to an ICE office in November 2012.

In May 2013, the Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed Jamal’s appeal of his removal order, according to the statement from ICE.“To effect this removal order, deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested Jamal outside his residence on Jan. 24, 2018. He is currently in ICE custody pending his removal to Bangladesh,” ICE says.

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