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John, the oldest, and his brother Chuck were sent to a state home and later rotated through numerous foster homes, while Mike, the youngest, lived with relatives.
Lee, now 31, stayed in over 30 different foster homes during her 10 years in the Mecklenburg County foster care system.
The agency then places the children in shelters or foster homes.
These organizations place some of the youngest separated children in foster homes, and have spoken out against separating families.
When McClain arrived, another four girls at the foster home, ranging in age from 11 to 14, asked to come along, and McClain allegedly took the entire group with him back to Ocean Springs’ Front Beach.
Lyden came from a broken home, Rivera said, and lived in foster homes as a child.
More than 15,500 children were in Ohio foster homes last year, up from 12,600 four years earlier, according to the nonprofit Public Children Services Association of Ohio.
The city's north fire station at 1999 N. Beech Daly Road will be the new foster home of Bluebell, a member of the Blue Heeler breed, according to the Michigan Humane Society.
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