This photo combo of booking mugs provided by the Solano County Sheriff's Office in Fairfield, Calif., shows Jonathan Allen and his wife, Ina Rogers. (Solano County Sheriff's Office via AP)
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Rogers gave journalists a tour of the house, a four-bedroom home with scuffed walls and animal feces in the bathroom.Rogers said the children slept in one bedroom because they were close and that cots were stored in a bedroom closet. The home's other rooms were used as a master bedroom, playroom and meditation room.Rogers said she felt the family was being judged for having so many children and choosing to home-school them.Child protection officials made one prior visit to the home several years ago, Rogers said. Aleida Quartman, 23, who described herself as Rogers' co-worker, said the mother spoiled her children.Neighbor Larry Magnaye said he had no idea there were 10 children living in the house across the street.
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