WOODBRIDGE, Va. – Police have made two arrests in an assault and batter case centered on a Minnieland Academy daycare center in Woodbridge.

Here’s more in a press release:

Cruelty or Injury to Child | Assault & Battery – On November 7th, detectives from the Physical Abuse Unit began an investigation into child abuse allegations which were reported to have occurred at the Minnieland Academy at the Glen located at 4290 Prince William Pkwy in Woodbridge (22192).

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The investigation revealed that between January and August of 2013, two employees assaulted and abused at least three children, between the ages of 1 and 2, who were in their care at the facility. Following the investigation, detectives consulted the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and obtained charges against both employees. The investigation continues and additional charges are pending.

Arrested on November 22nd:

Kierra Nicole SPRIGGS, 24, of 2039 Swift Stream Ct in Woodbridge

Charged with 2 counts of cruelty or injury to a child and 2 counts of assault & battery

Court date: TBA | Bond: $1,500 secured

Sarah A JORDAN, 29, of 12627 Kempston Ln in Woodbridge

Charged with 2 counts of cruelty or injury to a child and 2 counts of assault & battery

Court date: TBA | Bond: unavailable

The findings of abuse were published in a report from the Virginia Social Services department.

The reports state two employees of the daycare center feed children Flaming Hot Cheetos snacks and then watched the children react and their faces turn red. The employees were also accused of taking children behind a diapering area and stepping on their toes, use a water hose to spray children in their faces and listening to their screams, and repeatedly pushing an art easel onto a toddler when the child refused to come out from behind it.