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3 more people arrested in connection with child neglect in Killingly

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Nicholas Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police) Nicholas Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police)
James Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police) James Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police)
Jason Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police) Jason Emory was one of four people arrested in connection with three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year. (CT State Police)
Donna Rodeheffer was arrested after her three children were found living in neglect in July.  (CT State Police) Donna Rodeheffer was arrested after her three children were found living in neglect in July. (CT State Police)
KILLINGLY, CT (WFSB) -

Three more people were arrested after three children were in found in neglect at Connecticut home last year.

Police charged 24-year-old Nicholas Emory, 33-year-old James Emory and 39-year-old Kyle Emory were all charged with risk of injury to minor. Nicholas Emory was also charged with negligent cruelty to persons.

 Donna Rodeheffer, 33, was previously charged with three counts of risk of injury to a child and negligent cruelty to persons  in November.

The arrests come after a 3-year-old, 5-year-old and 6-year-old were found in neglect in a Killingly home on July 21. State police said the children were "missing many of their teeth," "malnourished," "dehydrated" and "not able to talk."

These three children, who "were found to be very underweight" and were in diapers, were put in the care of the Department of Children and Families.

Nicholas Emory, James Emory and Kyle Emory were expected to be arraigned at Danielson Superior Court on Monday. 

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