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A 9-year-old boy's attack on two younger children at a Vicksburg, Miss. daycare was caught on camera. A 9-year-old boy's attack on two younger children at a Vicksburg, Miss. daycare was caught on camera.
VICKSBURG, Miss. -

A 9-year-old boy's attack on two younger children at a Vicksburg, Miss. daycare was caught on camera.

The child makes sure the Kiddie City childcare worker is out of the room and then he kicks, bites and punches an innocent toddler and baby
 
The boy then again checks to make sure no one is looking before dropkicking the child, sending her flying.  THEN he picked her up and took her innocently to an adult and reported that she was hurt.
 
Next, you see him sitting with the first victim's sibling he starts biting, punching, and shaking the little toddler.

Police say the children had bruises and one had a busted lip. Their father, 29-year-old Jaime Williams, wanted to confront the boy. Instead, cops say he picked the wrong kid, slapping an innocent 6-year-old.

Police arrested Williams on Tuesday. He's charged with simple assault and is now out on bond.

Cops have arrested the daycare worker, 49-year-old Sandra Tevillion, and charged her with two counts of child neglect.

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