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Biological Mother Devastated after Foster Mom Drowns Twin Boys to Death in California; Foster Mother Arrested by Authorities

Biological Mother Devastated after Foster Mom Drowns Twin Boys to Death in California; Foster Mother Arrested by Authorities

A woman was arrested by the Roseville Police Department on Monday in relation to the tragic deaths of twin toddlers who drowned while under the care of their foster family last year. This information comes from court records and the victims’ family.

A 37-year-old foster mother named Schitara Page has been arrested following the filing of a criminal complaint in Placer Superior Court on Thursday. An arrest warrant was issued on the same day.

Page is set to appear in court on Wednesday following charges of two felony counts related to child abuse or endangerment resulting in serious injury or death.

On October 9th, authorities in Roseville responded to a distressing incident in the Waterford Glen neighborhood. Concerned citizens had alerted the police about two young children found unresponsive in a swimming pool.

Legend and Sincere Strong, 2, were fondly remembered by their biological mother as children who always had a smile on their faces. During a phone interview on Tuesday, Alize Strong expressed her satisfaction with the case being picked up.

The twins were discovered unresponsive in a residential swimming pool on Oct. 9. According to court records, Alize Strong Page is facing charges related to allegations of willful harm or injuries that resulted in the death of children.

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She is currently in custody at South Placer Jail, with bail set at $100,000. The specifics of the allegation remained unclear at the time. Lt. Chris Ciampa, a spokesman for the Roseville Police Department, and Stephanie Herrera, a spokeswoman for the Placer County District Attorney’s Office, were unavailable for comment when contacted on Tuesday.

An investigation conducted by Sacramento County Child Protective Services in November revealed that the boys’ caregiver had failed to properly supervise them, leading to their tragic deaths. However, The Sacramento Bee’s previous reporting did not establish the deaths as a crime at that time.

According to the mandatory suspected child abuse report filed to California Department of Social Services officials, Page, whose named was redacted in the CPS reports, stated that she “looked away for five minutes” before she found the twins in the pool.

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According to the report obtained by SacBee, she promptly dialed 911 and immediately initiated CPR. The report stated that the duration of time the children spent in the pool is currently unknown. Page informed authorities that she was upstairs working at the time of the incident and believed that the boys were asleep.

According to the reports, Page has chosen not to provide any further responses to inquiries from law enforcement. Law enforcement did not conduct any prior neglect or abuse investigations of Page at the home, according to a risk assessment of the residence.

Strong, the biological mother, expressed her ongoing uncertainty regarding the whereabouts of her children. However, she expressed optimism that the arrest will bring her closer to finding out the truth about what happened to her sons.

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