Sacramento, CA –An investigator with Child Protective Services in Sacramento has been fired for allegedly abusing children in her foster home. Blanch Brumfield was hired as an emergency response investigator in 2004. At the time she was under investigation for abuse at her foster home in Vallejo. In January of 2011, a former foster child who stayed in Brumfield’s home called Social Services to state that Brumfield should not be working with children. Brumfield was placed on administrative leave while the charges were investigated. Brumfield was fired on July 31, 2011 for using a county car to get to work each day and including the commute on her timecard. Her foster children were interviewed and they upheld the allegations of abuse. Brumfied appealed the decision and will have a hearing before an arbitrator next month. If you believe you have been wrongfully fired from your job, contact a Sacramento wrongful termination lawyer to review your case. You can find an experienced attorney at ilawyersource.com.