3-year-old hospitalized, California woman accused of abusing foster siblings
KTLA / Riverside County
Yoko Issac, 43, was taken into custody Wednesday following a two-month investigation launched when her 3-year-old foster child was hospitalized with suspicious injuries, the Riverside County sheriff’s officials said.

By Erika Martin, KTLA

TEMECULA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Temecula woman was arrested after detectives determined she was physically and verbally abusing foster children in her care, deputies said Thursday.

Yoko Issac, 43, was taken into custody around 11:45 a.m. Wednesday following a two-month investigation launched when her 3-year-old foster child was hospitalized with suspicious injuries, the Riverside County sheriff’s officials said in a news release.

After the girl landed in the hospital on Oct. 22, investigators learned she and her 11-year-old brother had been in Issac’s care for the past two years.

Detectives say they uncovered sufficient evidence to show Issac was subjecting the siblings to both verbal and physical abuse.

Isaac was subsequently booked on suspicion of torture, inflicting great bodily injury and corporal punishment on a child.

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