ACS worker with evidence of Zymere Perkins abuse closed his file because she got promoted
The caseworker assigned to probe abuse allegations involving little Zymere Perkins closed the case because she was more interested in getting a promotion, sources told the Daily News.
Child protective specialist Nitza Sutton, 48, closed Zymere’s case after just 12 days this past April — even though she took photos of injuries on the child’s body, according to child welfare sources who saw the boy’s file, several sources said.
“She (Sutton) went to the home,” an Administration for Children’s Services source told The News. “She had pictures of him with bruises. The child had marks and bruises. You saw the marks and bruises.”