Daycare worker accused of pushing 4-year-old girl down stairs

Posted March 08, 2017

- Police in Upper Darby held a press conference Monday that addressed the disturbing moment a day care worker pushed a child.

The incident happened last Friday afternoon, according to officials.

There's no information regarding whether the camera's installation was the result of ongoing complaints about Sarah Gable.

A Pennsylvania day care worker has been arrested after she was caught on camera pushing a child down the stairs. She faces a simple assault charge and endangering the welfare of the child, and has been released on $25,000 bail.

The video captures the daycare worker as she enters into the stairway behind the child.

Gable worked at the Child Care of the Future on the 700 block of Secane Avenue in Primos, Pennsylvania.

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Actually, the person at the bottom of the steps was daycare administrator Shawayne Tavares.

One parent who has a son at the facility said Gable was always so nice and he was shocked by what she did. "We don't do this to children".

But, Tavares said, "she was a little scared of the steps". She is now free on $25,000 secured bond. I had tears in my eyes. "She picked up the shoe and tried to come to the end of the stairs like, "Oh, it was her shoe" that caused her to fall".

Despite falling, the girl only suffered a minor knee injury and is expected to make a full recovery.

Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood told NBC Philadelphia that Gable threw the child down the steps for apparently no reason. "She has had no prior contact with the criminal justice system", he said.