Several parents whose children were enrolled in Faith's care told local media they were disturbed by the allegations. Authorities said Faith's daycare license permitted her to care for only six children, and no more than two of them could be under the age of two years old. Faith repeatedly told the officers that no children were in the daycare, according to the affidavit, one officer noticed a large stack of children's backpacks in a closet and later heard the sound of a child crying. A police affidavit said Faith repeatedly told officers there were no children in the daycare, but one officer found the false wall after hearing the sound of a child crying. The Colorado Springs Police Department said in a press release that officers arrived at the home on November 13 after receiving complaints that the daycare was housing more children than it was licensed for. The affidavit also said police found a backpack in the home with syringes and substances that tested positive for methamphetamine. The affidavit also said police searched one backpack containing pay slips for one of Faith's employees. The children's parents all told police they had "no idea" that their children were being cared for in Faith's basement, and they had no idea Faith was caring for 26 at a time, according to the affidavit. Police noticed that "many of the children had soiled or wet diapers, were sweating, and were very thirsty upon contact," the affidavit said.
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