Friday, September 28, 2007


Federal Way woman pleads guilty to foster child abuse

‘A Federal Way woman accused of poking hypodermic needles into her foster daughter’s eyes pleaded guilty to assault.

Thirty-four-year-old Chornice Lewis faces more than ten years in prison when she is sentenced November 16th in King County Superior Court at Kent.

The Tacoma News Tribune reported the foster child was left blind in one eye and that foster care workers failed to follow through on a decade of complaints about Lewis. She also was accused of beating the girl with an umbrella and burning her tongue with a hot fork.’

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