RIVERSIDE, CA. (CBS News) — A case of child abuse has shocked the nation as the parents of 13 siblings — ages 2 to 29 — were charged Thursday with imprisoning them, abusing them and torturing them. David Allen Turpin, 56, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, appeared in court and entered not guilty pleas on all counts.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A case of child abuse has shocked the nation as the parents of 19 children -- ages 2 to 29 -- were charged Thursday with imprisoning them, abusing them and torturing them. David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, appeared in court and entered not guilty pleas to all counts.
PERRIS, Calif. -- Bail has been set at $9 million each for the parents accused of imprisoning their 13 children inside their home in Southern California. They're being held on suspicion of torture and child endangerment. The arrest of David and Louise Turpin was captured on a neighbor's security camera. The video shows them escorted by sheriff's deputies, one behind the other, and both appear handcuffed. About 45 minutes later, some of the children are seen outside, being loaded into a van.
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