Child Care Center Facing Disciplinary Action After Child Found W - WLNS TV 6 Lansing - Jackson | Your Local News Leader

Child Care Center Facing Disciplinary Action After Child Found Wandering Alone

Posted: Updated:
EATON RAPIDS, MI (WLNS) – The Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS), Bureau of Children and Adult Licensing has suspended and may revoke a child care home’s license.

The news comes after a story 6 News Nick Perreault covered in which a 2-year-old girl was found wandering along M-99. The young girl was rescued by a woman driving by who was paying attention and moved over to the shoulder.

A co-worker at Tina’s Tiny Tots told 6 News somehow a gate was open, which allowed the 2-year-old to get out into the yard and find her way to the street.

 Now, the child care provider, Tina Hause faces loss of her license. According to DHS, “the order of summary suspension and notice of intent to revoke alleges that Hause committed violations of the Child Care Organizations Act and administrative rules regarding the appropriate care and supervision of children.”

A hearing is scheduled for July 3 in Ingham County Circuit Court after Hause’s attorney filed a ex-parte motion. The motion put a temporary restraint on DHS enforcing the summary suspension.

Hause has had her license to the 1781 S. Michigan Road, Eaton Rapids address since July 27, 1998.


More from 6 News: Woman Finds Daycare Child Wandering Alone On Busy Road
Powered by WorldNow

2820 East Saginaw Street,
Lansing, MI  48912

Telephone: 517.372.8282
Fax: 517.372.1507
Email: webmaster@wlns.com

Can’t find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Young Broadcasting of Lansing, Inc. A Media General Company.