Solano County Sheriff\'s Department Mugshot photos of Jonathan Allen and Ina Rogers.
The children's removal was sparked after a 12-year-old child was reported missing in the area on March 31, the Fairfield Police Department said in a news release.
Child protection officials made one prior visit to the home several years ago, Rogers said.
Police found the child and returned him home, where they found the other children and conditions they described as "unsafe and unsanitary".
Ina Rogers of Fairfield told reporters Monday that she called authorities in March after her 12-year-old son didn't come home.
The police took the children into protective custody.
An investigation into the family has revealed a "long and continuous history of severe physical and emotional abuse of the children", police say.
Allen was charged with nine counts of felony torture and six counts of felony child abuse, and he was arrested on the morning of Friday, May 11.
Allen was arrested May 11, and charged with seven counts of felony torture and nine counts of felony child abuse. She said Rogers spoiled her children and the messy house was just life with children, cats, a dog and fish.
On the day the children were removed, the house was messy because she had just torn it apart looking for her missing son, who was angry because his parents had taken away his tablet computer, Rogers said. As the investigation continues, Henry said there's a "good chance" Rogers could face additional charges.
David Turpin and his wife Louise previously pleaded not guilty to torture, child abuse and other charges in a case that has drawn global attention since the couple's 17-year-old daughter escaped the family's Perris, California, home in January and called 911.
The kids didn't require medical consideration once they have been eliminated. He was being held in the Solano County Jail in lieu of $1.5 million bail. Police say the victims...his own children.
David and Louise Turpin previously pleaded not guilty to torture, child abuse and other charges in a case that has drawn worldwide attention since the couple's 17-year-old daughter escaped the family's Perris, California, home in January.
Rogers gave journalists a tour of the house, a four-bedroom home with scuffed walls and animal feces in the bathroom.
David and Louise Turpin beforehand pleaded not responsible to torture, little one abuse and different prices in a case that has drawn worldwide consideration because the couple's 17-year-old daughter escaped the household's Perris, California, residence in January.
She and her husband both came from broken homes and they wanted a large family, Rogers said.
Neighbors in the cul-de-sac said they did not know how many children were living in the house as they were mostly kept out of sight, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
"She was pretty concerned, and she was like, you know, running around the neighborhood", Magney said, adding that he was "shocked" to learn that 10 children were living in the house, the Chronicle reported.
She said: "There's no broken bones, there is no major scars, nothing". Kids get rebellious and that's all that happened, ' Rogers said.