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Robin Arnotd-Williams
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Mark E. Ward
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DIVISIONOFCHILDAND FAMILYSERVICES
CHILDPROTECTIVE
SERVICES
NOTICEOFAGENCYACTION

Date: 0110312005
BrianE. Wolferts
824 W 900 N
PLEASANTGROVE. IJT 84062
Re: SupportedFinding for CaseNumber LZSZ}G4
Dear Mr. / Ms. Brian E. Wolferts:
Recently,the Division of Child andFamily Servicesreceivedan allegationthat you were
responsiblefor child abuseor neglect.As requiredby statelaw, Child and Family Services
investigatedthis allegation.Basedon its investigation,
Child and Family Servicesconcludedthat
in its opinion,therewas a reasonable
basisto believethatyou wereresponsible
for abuseor
neglect. The factssurroundingthis finding areas follows.
Name of Victim and AllegationType:
BrittanyA. Wolfefis

DomesticViolencerelatedchild abuse

Reasonfor fhe Inifial Finding is Basedin Fart On:
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N a m ea n d A d d r e s so f t b e W o r k e r M a k i n g t h e I n i t i a l F i n d i n g :
Taylor Allred
Pro',uo
Family Sen,ices
I 50 EastCenter- 5100
Provo.UT 84606

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To Whom It May Concern:
This letter is to inform you that I witnessed Sidney Wolferts cry and screamfor over 45 minutes
stating that she did not want to go seeher dad. She mentioned to me that she was afraid. I told her that her
sisterswould be with her and that they know the number to call if she feels unsafe. She finally consented
to go for the visit.

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CenterFor WomenandChildren
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MichaelJ. Thompson
8811SouthOremBlvd.,#l
Orem,UT 84058
DearMr. Thompson:
Thisreportis beingwrittenunderthesupervisionandrherequestof Dr. RanrJallHyde.
PhDin regardto theMMPI-2 administered
to SonjaMichelleWolfertson Nov. 1,2004.
Theresultsof this testindicatethatMichelleanswered
theresponses
honestlyand
accuratelyandthereforeshouldbe considered
a valid administration
of the MMPI-2. She
wasnon-defensive
andopenin herresponding.Michelle'stestinghadno significant
escalationon the eightclinicalscales.Shedid reportconsiderable
fatigue.The results
indicateexceptionallyhealthypsychologicalfunctioning.
Evaluationof subtestsindicatesthatotherswho responded
similarlyto Michelle reported
over-controlled
hostility.This is interpretedto meanthatevenin casedwereaggression
wouldbe appropriatethey havea tendencyto under-respond.
Thesepersonshavealso
beendescribedastrustful,moresocializedandresponsible,
andcanbe dependenton
others.
Theresultsof the MMPI alsoindicatethatMichellealsoreportedclinically significant
amountsof family discord.
In conclusion,this reportis shortduetheextremelyhealthynatureof Michelle'sresults.
Theonly scalesof mentionarethe over-controlled
hostility,the family discord,andthe
low hypo-manicscale.

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N. Universtty Ave. Ste 80O * Provo, IIT 84604
(801) 881.0383 n FAX (801) 381.0891

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1255North1200West
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Phone(801) 229-118L
Fax(801)229-2787

June1.9,2007

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Confirmation of Treatment

MichelleWolfertsreceivedweeklyindividualtherapyat FamilySupportandTreatment
Center,
providedmy me,Erin E. Vasquez,LCSW,RPT-S
from 2-2-06to 8-24-06.Treatmentdealtwith
anxietyandfeaturesof PostTraumaticStressDisorder(PTSD)astheyrelatedto domestic
violence.At thetime of terminationMichelleappeared
stableandwasusingmanyof theskills
that shelearnedin therapyto helpher manageher stress,anxiety,andPTSD features.

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Witldff'thsfintweelis of beuoniirrg'Michehs'spianostwderrtinthe Sprirrgaf20t4l begirr to notfuethe
stnang€truatmentof tlw elritdrcnby their father,Erlan=Dunng,aneef uylesxsnstvtiehellehadIeft nref*s ju_st
a f6w rninutesto pract[cewhil-eshewent downstairsto rnakesomecopiesfbr rne. Thechildren,Dani and
Sydney,-wereseateCat the counteren ber stoelseadngtheir lunch" gii€n -vvas
leaningon the counteracross
from them' Danisaidshewasfull andBrian excusedher from eatingat thecounter.Dani cameandsatby
me
while f practicedandshestartedplaying the piano. I askedher to ptJasestopso I couldpracticewithout being
Af{yte!
Shesaid
would stopas soonasshewasdonewith her little songthat shewantedto showrne. I
_shg
ruseI didn't havearlot of time left. Dani agreedaqd
nd grabbedDani by oneof her armsjust aboveher
)neann asif shewasa iittie ragdoii. He shookher
t stop!"
y her onearm. I wasafraidBrianmight dislocateher
ur oy meway ne carelesslyJerked
her around.He ploppedDanidownon the bar stoolforcefirllyand
yelled- "I didn't excuseyou. Finisheatingyour lunch!',
She startedcrying rgalll hm{ andsayingthat shewasfull andcouldn't eatanymore.Brian continued
telling her shehadto furisheatingher lunch. Therewasn'tmuchleft on n*i;r prutebut he insi"tJtlut
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finish eatingher lunch eventhoughshewas fuli.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

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ofontheoath/allirmation
I verilied
identity
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witness'
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it
signed
he/she

that
acknowledged

Therewas anotherinstancewhereBrian wasn't present,howeverDani seemedto showsomevery
disconcertingsignsof possiblybeingsexuallyabused.I am in no way an expertbut no oneneedsto be an
expertto seethe red flagson this event.
Michellehad droppedoff thethreegirls, Brittany,Sydney,andDani,at my housewhile sheandmy mother
ransomeerrands-I satthe girls downon my mom's bedto watcha movie. Danifell asleephalfiryay
through
themovie. Whenthe movie wasnearlyover I noticedDani had wet herself. I gentlyrousedher andtold her
that shehadwet the bedandI wantedto get her into dry clothesso shewouldnit getcold. Shewasstill half
asleepso I picked herup andcarriedher into the bathroomandaskedBrittany to grabme a pull-up and some
dry towels out of the linen closet. Brittany broughtme somedry towels. t afueab*i if rn" would changeher
clotheswhile Brittany andI stoodoutsidethe bathroom. Shedidn't reply so I askedher againif that was ok.
Shebent downoverthe closedtoilet,wrappedher armsaroundthe toilet, andstartedcryingandscreaming,
'T{o! Don't hurt me!
No!"
I knelt downto her eyelevelandtried gettingher to look at me. Shewouldn't look at me; shekept
hangingonto the toilel, scre.Imlng,andcrying. I calmly told her that all we were goingto do waschangeher
into dry clothesandthat nobodywas goingto hurt her. Shewouldn't calm downio ei-ittanytried calm"ingher
down. Dani still wouldn't calmdownandshewouldn't listen. SoI gentlytried to just changeher. WhenI
went to takeherpantsoffshe huggedthetoilet evenharderandcrossedher legs. Shestartedtremblingand
shakingasif shewasseriouslyhurt andscreamingevenlouder '$Io! Don't hurt me! No!,,
Brittany andI tried comfortingher andtelling herthatno onewasgoingto hurt herandsheneededto
changeinto dry clothes and then she could go back to sleep. We couldn't get herto budge. Then Michelle
came home and got Pani to calm down.

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