Crime Oklahoma parents sentenced to 130 years in child abuse case

23:36  14 november  2017
23:36  14 november  2017 Source:   KOCO Oklahoma City

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An Oklahoma mom and dad each face a long stay behind bars after a jury recommended a sentence of 130 years each following the pair’s conviction for what a police officer termed the “worst case of child abuse ” he’d seen. The 9-month-old twin girls of parents Aislyn Miller, 24, and Kevin Fowler, 25

A set of Oklahoma parents are facing a long prison sentence after a jury recommended 130 years each after the two were convicted for what a police officer called the "worst case of child abuse " he'd ever seen.

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Two Oklahoma parents will spend the rest of their lives in prison after being convicted of child neglect for allowing their four children to live in filthy conditions.

The Tulsa World reports that 24-year-old Aislyn Miller and 25-year-old Kevin Fowler were sentenced Monday to consecutive terms amounting to 130 years in prison.

A Department of Human Services investigator testified that Miller and Fowler's residence was found with cat feces smeared across walls and maggots in their daughters' playpen. Investigators say 9-month-old twin girls were found each weighing only about 8 pounds.

An Owasso police officer wrote in a report it was the "worst case of child abuse" he and medical workers had ever seen.

Miller and Fowler told authorities they felt overwhelmed taking care of the children with limited help while working long hours

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