Two Arizona daycare workers seen in a Snapchat video were arrested Wednesday for playing with a sex toy while on duty. One employee featured in the video reportedly passed off the sex toy to a child to play with. 

Gabriella Del Carmen Garcia, 25, was featured committing the acts in the video with a sex toy. Fatina Saywer, 24, was responsible for shooting and publishing the video. A third woman, Janae Peterson, 21, was identified in the video as having watched the incident unfold. The Chandler Police Department (CPD) was notified of the video's existence Monday. An unidentified person who reported the video discovered it on Snapchat, police said

Teachers from SuperKids Child Care in Chandler, Arizona, were heard laughing in the surfaced video footage as they played with the sex toy in front of young children.

Garcia faces four counts of "furnishing harmful items to minors," CPD Detective Seth Tyler told Global News Wednesday. Sawyer's charges, which are pending, include one count of furnishing harmful items to minors, luring a minor for sexual exploitation and sexual exploitation of a minor. Peterson was arrested Tuesday on for failing to report her colleagues' behavior. 

"Both Gabriella and Fatina are in-custody," the CPD wrote on Facebook Wednesday. "Thank you to all who shared."

SuperKids' management notified parents of the incident in a letter. The letter addressed the teachers' behavior and their removal from the daycare facility.  

"It has been brought to our attention that some teachers behaved inappropriately yesterday at our child care center," SuperKids' management wrote in a letter obtained by ABC affiliate KNXV Tuesday. "We immediately contacted the police and state authorities about this incident. Police are currently investigating the incident and we will fully cooperate with them." 

SuperKids' management added, "We are in the process of informing the parents about the incident. The teachers involved in this incident have been terminated effective immediately."

The daycare's action plan falls in line with its aims to care for students in "a safe, warm, and nurturing place."  

Daycare's in Arizona are licensed through the Department of Health Services (DHS). DHS also aids in regulating the states' daycare providers. Related findings that emerge from SuperKids' scandal, if any, will be available under public record on the DHS website

"For some reason, my one-star review got deleted," one user and apparent former customer wrote in a Yelp review. "I was a customer here, my daughter went here, there is a video of them playing with sex toys and giving them to children. They deserve to lose their licenses."

Yelp reviews of SuperKids are being monitored by the website's support team following the media reports that have detailed the scandal. 

A representative from SuperKids did not immediately return International Business Times' request for comment.