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US Army investigating child touching incident at daycare center

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January 18, 2024

The U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) has opened an investigation into an inappropriate touching incident of a child at a daycare service at Carlisle Barracks, which houses the U.S. Army War College. The parents of the child have claimed that the daycare did not notify them of the inappropriate touching incident in a timely manner.

According to, Evelin Weber claims her four-year-old child was inappropriately touched multiple times at the Moore Child Development Center, which is a military daycare located at Carlisle Barracks. Weber has also claimed that the incident resulted in her child developing signs of behavioral health issues.

On Wednesday, U.S. Army Garrison Carlisle Barracks issued a statement obtained by, which indicated that a care provider at the daycare reported the touching incidents to the daycare’s leadership. As a result of the report, CID, Child Protective Services, and a Family Advocacy Program case worker were notified immediately.

Additionally, Carlisle Barracks claimed that the parents of the children involved in the incidents were notified on December 7, adding that the notification was within the first 24 hours of the discovery.

The statement explained that officials “reviewed security footage that showed several seconds-long incidents of apparently mutual, inappropriate behavior between the two preschoolers.”

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Contrary to the statement released by Carlisle Barracks, Weber told that the first known incident of inappropriate touching at the daycare took place on December 5, which was two days prior to the notification provided by daycare leadership. Weber told, “They delayed notifying us. They didn’t tell us anything that happened.”

Medical records from December that were obtained by show that Weber’s child suffered injuries. Additionally, Weber claimed that her child exhibited symptoms as early as October that could potentially have been caused by other inappropriate touching incidents that were not reported. Weber said that her child’s symptoms included bleeding.

According to the statement released on Wednesday, parents of the other children at the Moore Child Development Center were notified of the inappropriate touching incident on December 11. A review of the daycare center after the incident determined that the daycare staff should have additional training, the daycare should follow proper supervision ratios of children and staff, and the daycare center should reinforce proper boundaries between the children.