CAMDEN – Three women from Stratford accused of forcing a girl to wear a dog collar have been ordered to stop their childcare business.

“You shouldn’t have a babysitter,” Supreme Court Justice Michelle Fox said Wednesday, listing several conditions for the release of women from Camden County Jail.

Women – Kelly Menig, 42; Rebecca Menig, 22; and Rachel Menigg, 20, are charged with aggravated assault and other misconduct in connection with alleged abuse of a 13-year-old family member, identified as I.D.

Menigi, who denies any wrongdoing, was arrested after ID ran into a neighbor’s house on March 1, holding a dog collar and saying she was forced to wear it.

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The girl, who had scars on her neck, was crying and “visibly shocked and frightened,” said Kamden County Assistant District Attorney Karl Fabryza at a detention hearing on Wednesday.

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