There is new information tonight about what went wrong inside a daycare where a toddler died this summer after being left inside a hot van.
This follows the arrest last Friday of the van driver.
In response to the child's death, the State Department of Family and Protective Services investigated the facility.
It found 27 violations at Tyne Gifted Achievers, many of them very serious.
Kamila Brown was left in a van for up to six hours in 100-degree heat.
Her death sparked a state investigation.
News 8 has obtained the results which led to the permanent closure of two daycare centers run by the same family.
Here are the state's most serious violations:
Staff and children shuttled between the two daycare operations, without keeping records of when and where children were moved.
Failure to provide training.
Failure to perform criminal background checks.
And failure to ensure that people in charge of the facilities knew how to maintain state standards.
Last week, the van driver, 22-year-old Darius Deshun Matthews was arrested and charged with injury to a child.
The child's parents are satisfied with recent progress in the case.
"Justice maybe. We'll let the legal system handle how it should be handled. But it doesn't bring us closure. It arises more questions that haven't been answered," said Kamila's mother, Yamessie Dorsey.
Those questions may include: why didn't the state act sooner?
Inspectors had been out to check the facilities three times this year, prior to Kamila Brown's death.
And on two occasions indicated a failure to require background checks for employees, something cited for a third time in the state's final inspection.