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Aja Johnson's Case Worker to Retire

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By Colleen Chen, NEWS 9

OKLAHOMA CITY -- DHS spokeswoman Beth Scott said Aja Johnson's case worker Yolanda Hunter has turned in her retirement.

Hunter was named as knowing about the abuse Aja suffered in a report issued by the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth released last week.

The report indicates that state Department of Human Services records show the agency received seven abuse and neglect reports in the two years before Aja's abduction in January.

Read the Review of the Death of Aja D. Johnson

Scott is still looking up details about when retirement as applied for.

The bodies of Hobbs and Aja were found March 29 in a rural part of Norman.


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