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The mother of five of the kids who died in a weekend blaze in Little Village was the subject of 21 prior child-welfare investigations — 19 of which were ruled “unfounded,” the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services said Wednesday — an announcement that came as it conducts a new probe of the fire deaths. Yolanda Ayala, 35, is among the four mothers whose 10 children perished in the apartment fire during a sleepover early Sunday morning at 2224 S. Sacramento. DCFS said in a press release that it also had substantiated allegations against another one of the moms.
Ayala, who lived with her children in the apartment where the kids died, declined to comment Wednesday. Enrique Enriquez, a family spokesman, said that her past is irrelevant to the tragedy at hand.
“DCFS is one of the worst agencies in the state. They fail kids everywhere. … They came to the home, inspected the home, and everything was fine,” Enriquez said. “The kids were always happy. We need to stop talking about what happened in the past. We need to talk about the main issues, which is the fire.”
The decision to provide the media with detailed information about DCFS’ investigations involving the mothers of the dead children was extremely unusual — especially amid its new probe into neglect involving Sunday’s deadly fire, in which no adults were present. DCFS, in its news release, said: “None of these individual reports by itself rose to the level of our removing children from their parents. Our current direction at DCFS is to be as proactive as possible in dealing with struggling, vulnerable families.”
Charles Golbert, the acting Cook County Public Guardian, said the report was shocking.
“It’s an extraordinary number of investigations for any one family. And it’s an extraordinary number of investigations that were unfounded,” Golbert said. An unfounded investigation means the agency couldn’t find credible evidence of child abuse or neglect.
Fire officials said Wednesday that they found a smoke detector in the wreckage of the apartment where the children died — but it didn’t have a working battery. Investigators previously said they couldn’t find smoke detectors in the unit, but the landlord insisted he installed them. The probes involving Ayala began in 2004 and DCFS opened new ones in all but four of the years since then.
In 2013, DCFS substantiated allegations that Ayala failed to properly supervise her son, who was 5 years old and was spotted running through traffic. The boy appeared to be autistic and was taken to a hospital. The family was “referred for community-based services,” according to DCFS. Two years later, Ayala was investigated after her 16-year-old daughter took a 7-month-old relative to a mall in Lombard and used the baby as a “pawn” to steal merchandise, hiding the loot in a stroller, DCFS said. The agency said Ayala, her daughter and others were later stopped in a car by police officers.
Ayala is the mother of Cesar Contreras, 14; Nathan Contreras, 13; Xavier Contreras, 11; Ariel Garcia, 5; and Amayah Almaraz, 3 months old, according to DCFS. She has three surviving children who also are minors, including a 17-year-old son, a 15-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter. According to DCFS, Ayala’s 17-year-old son lives with a girlfriend; the 15-year-old is in a “safety plan” with his adult sister; and the 2-year-old is living with her paternal grandmother.
And Sonya Carrillo, the mother of 16-year-old Victor Mendoza, who also died in the fire, was investigated five times by DCFS. Allegations that she inadequately supervised her kids were deemed to be founded twice, in 1996 and 1999, according to DCFS. She was described as a friend of Yolanda Ayala.
Court records show Ayala has five theft convictions and a sixth for state benefit fraud. She was also convicted of a drug charge. Ayala was facing eviction after her landlord sued her for overstaying her lease without paying rent. The case was pending when the fire destroyed the unit. Court records show she was charged in 2014 with shoplifting and contributing to the delinquency of two minors in her care when they helped her steal $854 in merchandise from a Walgreens in Berwyn. In 2015, she was charged with the same crimes when one of the minors in the 2014 theft helped her steal $154 in merchandise from a Walmart in Cicero.
Turns out that no matter what state you’re in, DCF is useless. Twenty freaking one investigations into this gastroglob. And yet they didn’t take the kids away from her. Even though she’s got more Google trophies than Wikipedia, had urged her kids to use her other kids to shoplift from stores, let one kid play in traffic while she was negligent, had three kids who weren’t even allowed to live with her, never paid rent, didn’t have a job, and insisted on getting pregnant every time some chud in a wifebeater let her hit the crackpipe.
Oh, and the most important thing the media isn’t pointing out – SHE WASN’T AT HOME WHEN THE FIRE STARTED!!! Why are all these kids alone in her house?? How is she not immediately arrested?
This is what we’re dealing with here….
And this tragedy hasn’t stopped her from cashing in on the GoFundMe….
Bitch, your babies are dead because of you. And I don’t believe for a second those smoke detectors weren’t installed. They were conveniently found on the floor of the wreckage. I’ll bet you a million dollars she took them down one day when she had her friends over for a blunt session and didn’t want the fire department showing up.
Look at all the money they’ve raised:
These kids were ALL left alone in an apartment in the murder capital of America. Gastroglob is the worst parent of the bunch, but they allowed their children to be in this dangerous situation in the first place. All that GoFundMe cash is going straight to RIP t-shirts and Old English to pour one out for the homies.
Of course the media and the public at large seems to be putting this on the landlord. Fuck that noise. When you rent to section 8 this is what you get. Maggots like this can refusee to pay their rent, refuse to leave YOUR PROPERTY with her raw dog trophies, takes down your smoke detectors, and gets to squat there during the eviction process. She neglects the kids, they all die, and the landlord gets the blame? Makes sense.
Look at all the gutterslugs coming out to support this whoriqua…
“Only God can judge 100 emoji.”
Shut up. She’s not a good mother. She’s a terrible person who never should’ve been able to reproduce in the first place. Our society incentivized her to keep reproducing so she could get more food stamps and make more poor life decisions, because she knew the welfare fairy would bail her out. She committed crime after crime but never went to jail because of judges who think slopqueefs like her are redeemable. She was protected by a corrupt and useless child protection service agency that gets more kids killed than a Liberian revolutionary army general.
Oh, and for good measure, grandma and/or ratchet mom probably set the downstairs apartment (which they never paid rent for and were evicted from) on fire a couple years ago…
In October 2016, Gutierrez had filed a lawsuit to evict Ayala’s mother, Ramoncita Reyes, from a first-story unit in the same building, records show. That first-floor unit was the scene of a different fire that took place shortly after Reyes was kicked out, Serrato said. The unit has remained vacant since then. Fire officials could not immediately confirm that fire, and Reyes could not be reached for comment.
Looks like we’re not the only one to see the troubling pattern here….
But of course the poor landlord was powerless to stop these moochers because of tenant’s rights. This whole story disgusts me to no end. It’s everything that is wrong with our society today. A bunch of freeloading assholes who insist on reproducing so that we can foot the bill, go on to kill their kids because the agency we pay taxes to in order to make sure kids don’t die failed to do their job as well.
I need a drink. Happy Friday turtle riders.