Authorities: Mother tapes child to chair, takes other child to swim

Susan Malysa, 32, is facing child endangerment charges. (Sources: WKBN, Mahoning County Sheriff's Office via CNN)Susan Malysa, 32, is dealing with child endangerment charges. (Sources: WKBN, Mahoning County Constable's Office through CNN) Susan Malysa, 32, is facing child endangerment charges. (Sources: WKBN, Mahoning County Constable’s Office by means of CNN). YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP)– Authorities say an Ohio lady has been charged criminally for duct taping her 11-year-old kid to a chair before taking another child swimming.

Thirty-two-year-old Susan Malysa, of Boardman Area, remains imprisoned after a court look Tuesday for felony child endangering.

Boardman Municipality police state they arrested Malysa on Monday at a YMCA after a relative went to her house and discovered the kid in the home’s basement, bound to the chair with his mouth taped shut. Authorities say the kid was cold and shaking.

A cops report notes a previous report from April 2016 declaring that the child told a school therapist a woman had hit him with a hammer to discipline him.

Loved ones have custody of the children.

Court records do not show if Malysa has an attorney.

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