Ten ‘unfounded’ reports of abuse ahead of arrest of New Durham woman

Deputy Strafford County Attorney Alysia Cassotis interviewed several state workers from Division of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF), all who said they had been alerted to problems at Thomas’ Birch Hill Road residence in New Durham for years. Many callers alleged wrongful treatment of the victim and his biological mother, but the claims were always ruled as “unfounded,” DCYF staff testified.


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