Offbeat Woman pleads guilty to killing a mom, claiming her baby

17:02  08 may  2018
17:02  08 may  2018 Source:

Driver accused of killing 3 teenagers in DUI crash pleads not guilty to murder

  Driver accused of killing 3 teenagers in DUI crash pleads not guilty to murder A woman charged with murder and driving under the influence in a March 29 crash that killed three Las Vegas teenagers in Huntington Beach pleaded not guilty Monday in Orange County Superior Court. Bani Duarte, 27, of San Clemente was charged Friday with three counts of murder and one count of driving under the influence causing injury. She also faces a possible sentencing enhancement on allegations of inflicting great bodily injury, according to Orange County Superior Court records.If convicted, she could be sentenced to 51 years to life in state prison, according to prosecutors.Duarte was taken into custody about 1 p.m.

A 26-year-old woman in Oregon has pleaded guilty to killing and dismembering her 50-year-old boyfriend. She claims she woke up to find White standing over her with a cord in his hand and that he was going to choke her .

A California woman has pleaded guilty to torturing and murdering her young niece and nephew after their bodies were found dumped in a rented storage unit. Huntsman's Facebook profile claimed her job was: 'Being The Best Mom I Can Be'.

Geraldine R. Jones© Madison County Sheriff's Department Geraldine R. Jones ANDERSON, Ind. — An Indiana woman will spend decades in prison for killing a mother in 2015 and trying to pass off the woman's baby as her own.

Geraldine R. Jones, 39, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter on Friday in the stabbing death of 23-year-old Samantha J. Fleming. She also pleaded guilty to criminal confinement for holding the 3-month-old child against her will. Jones will be sentenced on May 25 to 30 years in prison and 10 years of probation under a plea agreement, according to her attorney, Lisa DeLey.

"The state made the offer and Geraldine was satisfied with it," DeLey said. "She's ready to put this behind her. She's at peace."

Indiana man pleads guilty in serial killing of 7 poor women

  Indiana man pleads guilty in serial killing of 7 poor women An Indiana man has pleaded guilty in the deaths of seven women, avoiding the death penalty and instead receiving life in prison without parole. Darren Vann of Gary, Indiana entered the guilty pleas during a surprise court hearing Friday. The 47-year-old was arrested in October 2014 as Indiana police investigated the death of a 19-year-old woman. He then led authorities to the other women's bodies, which were hidden in abandoned Gary buildings. He faced trial in October.Darren Vann's surprise plea Friday in the killings came after the 47-year-old Gary man's defense team filed a motion Thursday that scheduled Friday's change of plea hearing.

17), where a pleaded not guilty to murdering his girlfriend’s daughter, 2-year-old Zanai Noel. Pulverized liver- he must have used her like a punching bag. Women ,how friggin bad do you need a man to allow this treatment to your babies and yourselves ?

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Megan Huntsman, a Utah woman accused of killing six of her newborn babies and storing their bodies in her garage, pleaded guilty to six counts of murder Thursday.

Prosecutors said Jones drove to Fleming's home in Anderson on April 6, 2015, and posed as a state child services worker, dressed in business attire and with a binder of fake paperwork. Jones allegedly told Fleming she was there to drive her and her baby to a court hearing in Gary.

Fleming's 21-year-old boyfriend reported her missing on April 10, 2015.

Fleming's body was found in Jones' home in Gary on April 17, 2015. Fleming had been stabbed 10 times. The body was doused in bleach and placed in a plastic bin hidden in a closet.

Jones previously had told family and neighbors that she was pregnant with twins. Authorities found a furnished nursery in her home.

Although police believed Fleming was killed in Gary, authorities decided to prosecute Jones in Madison County because that's where the initial crime occurred.

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