South Carolina day care worker arrested for allegedly hitting, tossing child 08/26/2020 3:26 pm PDT Comments WIS-TV / Sumter County By Jazmine Greene, WIS SUMTER, S.C. (WIS) -- A former day care worker has been arrested after being accused of hitting and tossing a 5-year-old child. Tiana McElveen, 24, has been charged with unlawful conduct toward a child. Officials say the incident occurred at a day care facility in the 4200 block of Thomas Sumter Highway. Surveillance video shows two children reportedly getting into an altercation over a toy when McElveen appeared to have struck one of the children in the face before tossing him to the ground twice. VIDEO: Caught on Camera: Sumter day care worker arrested, accused of hitting, tossing child - WIS McElveen was taken into custody on August 20. She was terminated from her position at the facility and the Department of Social Services was notified. MORE: Caught on Camera: Sumter day care worker arrested, accused of hitting, tossing child - WIS-TV #CaughtOnCamera #CaughtOnVideo #SouthCarolina #UnlawfulConduct Related Stories Iowa daycare provider charged after allegedly striking child in face: Police Day care worker arrested on suspicion of child sex assaults Arzel Ivery pleads not guilty in deaths of Jerica Banks, daughters 'Joe Exotic' sues feds, appeals to President Trump for pardon Mom charged after daycare workers find bruises on 4-year-old's body Homeowner says free Airbnb for nurse being used for parties Mom's boyfriend gets life in prison in beating death of 5-year-old boy Kentucky couple under house arrest over coronavirus isolation order Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.