(Memphis) WREG has uncovered new details about businesses raided in Memphis Thursday and the family connected to them.
The Chism family has been in business in Memphis for decades, with ownership in everything from grocery stores to car washes and daycare centers.
However, public records paint a troubled picture for some of the businesses.
There are lawsuits, unpaid rent, and now WREG has learned, the Chism connected to the car wash that was raided, owns a day care with a history of problems.
Court documents and property records list Ray Chism,III as the owner of Helping Hands Enrichment Center.
It's one of the same day cares the On Your Side Investigators recently uncovered violations for.
The facility was hit with two fines in 2012 including one for $1,800 and another for $600.
The day care had a string of violations throughout 2012 ranging from providing unauthorized transportation to classrooms being out of ratio.
Helping Hands was placed on probation and the Department of Human Services, also denied its license that same year.
A spokesperson confirms Helping Hands is closed, but would not provide any further details or confirm when the facility shut its doors.
Remark and Kimberly Chism, the owners of the KARE facilities, have been at the center of a lawsuit after one of their workers ran over and injured a child in a day care van.