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Parents Kept 13 Children Shackled to Their Beds Inside Home

17 January 2018, 02:58 | Floyd Cook

Parents Kept 13 Children Shackled to Their Beds Inside Home

Parents Kept 13 Children Shackled to Their Beds Inside Home

The home where the discovery was made is on a cul-de-sac in residential area of Perris, about 60 miles east-southeast of downtown Los Angeles and 19 miles south-southeast from downtown Riverside.

They discovered that the couple really did have 12 children held captive in the residence, said the statement.

Captain Fellows said the investigation had so far found no indication of sexual abuse, but that the conditions amounted to torture.

"I offer you this ring", David Turpin said, repeating after the impersonator, "as a symbol of my love, baby, baby".

Before moving to Perris, a rapidly growing suburb of 76,000 people, the family lived for a time in nearby Murrieta, Fellows said. Authorities said the seven adults are being treated at Corona Regional Medical Center. They told the police that they were starving. "The victims appeared to be malnourished and very dirty". She described the couple as "just very normal".

Bail for their parents has been set at $9 million dollars each. The status of their conditions is not yet known.

They listed about $150,000 in assets, including about $87,000 from 401k plans from Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, according to court papers.

David Turpin ran a private school from the home, according to the Times, which six children reportedly attended this school year, in grades six through 12.

Kimberly Milligan, a neighbor, told CNN affiliate KCAL/KCBS she thought the older children were much younger. "We would talk on the phone from time to time, but every time I would ask to talk to her kids, she wouldn't let me".

Mr Turpin senior said all 13 children were his son's biological offspring and none were adopted.

Parents Kept 13 Children Shackled to Their Beds Inside Home

"They didn't say a word", he said.

A photo from 2015 shows the Turpins with an infant.

David and Louise Turpin appeared to be the ideal parents - at least that's what they wanted Facebook followers to believe.

They said David Turpin was a computer engineer who had graduated from Virginia Tech and had previously worked for General Dynamics in Texas.

Police continue to examine the rundown looking brown stucco house where the children were chained and shackled. None are adopted, he said.

Mr Turpin said he first heard about the matter on Monday night in a call from a reporter. David grew up in Green Valley, between Bluefield and Princeton.

Records show the Turpins filed for bankruptcy in 2011.

Several pictures appeared to be taken at a vow renewal ceremony at the Elvis Chapel in Las Vegas, in which David and Louise Turpin wore a tux and white gown.

"You would never see them on visit, you would never see anyone come outside".

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