MESA, Ariz. (AP) — A behavioral health technician at a preschool has been arrested for allegedly abusing a 4-year-former autistic boy, Mesa police stated Wednesday.
They stated 29-year-former Kyle McKee surrendered to police Tuesday and later used to be released from custody with an ankle video show.
Police stated McKee is going by four counts of child abuse. It used to be unclear Wednesday evening if he has a attorney but for his case.
In conserving with police, officers spoke back to S.E.E.K. Arizona East on Feb. 17 in response to a child abuse call.
S.E.E.K. stands for Focusing on the Training of Exceptional Teenagers and Arizona East is a developmental preschool that offers infant and toddler care.
Authorities stated McKee used to be the one real care provider of the non-verbal boy.
S.E.E.K. Arizona East offered officers with five video recordings exhibiting McKee and the boy by myself in a lecture room on four varied days between Jan. 18 and Feb. 17.
Police stated the movies allegedly video show Kyle bodily abusing the boy by hitting, pushing and kicking him and the newborn suffered an injury to his face from one of the incidents.
S.E.E.K. Arizona officials stated McKee had labored without incident since July 2018 and used to be fired after they learned of the alleged abuse.