Detective Angy Scrobble's job is to talk to children who have been sexually abused.Â It isn't an easy job, but she says taking them to a comfortable environment like Kimberly's Kottage helps.
Kimberly's Kottage is a not-for-profit organization that relies on government grants and donations to operate.
Scrobble says, "I can bring a case to a successful arrest or prosecution, the main goal is to make sure the child is okay."
A 62-year old man and a 14-year old boy were arrested this week in separate incidents of sexual abuse against 4 year old children.Â In both cases, the abuse occurred more than once.
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