According to a press release from the Johnson Police Department, police were called to Macke's home on September 21 following a report that children had been left without adult supervision.
Police said that Macke's sitter fell through and she left the 12-year-olds in charge, KCCI reported. Police say that Macke had left the country the day before and was en route to Germany. This fourth charge was filed after police found out that she left a gun in the home that was accessible to the children.
The woman, 30, was charged with four counts of child endangerment and one count of transferring a firearm to a person under the age of 21, Johnston police spokeswoman Janet Wilwerding said.
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Macke's four children were taken into the custody of the Iowa Department of Human Services and placed with extended family. They contacted her in Germany and ordered her to return home. Hough remains in the Polk County jail on a $60,000 bond.
"They were concerned, they didn't know, they were confused", Lt. Tyler Tompkins said.
The father of the youngest children, Matthew Macke, a police officer who lives in Anamosa, told KCCI he wanted to dispel rumors that he's a deadbeat dad.
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Cops say the day after the mom left the country, they got a tip the children were home alone in their apartment.
One of the Johnston students accused of robbing and sexually assaulting another student made his first court appearance on Friday. She arrived Wednesday evening and was arrested Thursday morning. Her children were now in the care of family members.
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