Kansas City - A woman whose two young sons were found inside an underground cave in Kansas City has been released from jail.
Brittany Mugrauer left the Jackson County jail Tuesday, hours after a judge agreed to her release. The judge said she cannot see her 4- and 6-year-old sons without permission from a Family Court judge.
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Mugrauer is charged with two counts of felony child endangerment. Her sons were found Friday in the cave that housed a diesel repair shop. Investigators said the children were dirty, unsupervised and living in a wooden shipping crate inside the cave.
However, the owner of the repair shop disputes those claims. Sean Dale says the children played at the shop while their mother worked there and the crate was a "man cave" for them.