to connectVideoOhio a woman accused of killing newborn, believed to have been a text message the mother said, “that’s because her tummy is back to OMG’
Prosecutors say that, Brooke, Skylar Richardson, a then-18-year-old high school cheerleader from Ohio, was murdered and her baby in 2017, and is buried in the vicinity of a backyard barbecue. Hours after the child was buried in Richardson is reportedly in a text message to her mother and tell her that she is ‘amazed’ and ‘delighted’ that her belly was back to it.”
A former Ohio high school cheerleader, who was on Thursday found not guilty of killing her unwanted newborn, she told the court she was “really, really, really sorry” after the court sentenced to probation on Friday, for the burial of the corpse in her family’s back yard in 2017.
Brooke, Skylar Richardson, 20, was found not guilty of aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangering in the May of 2017 with the loss of her newborn daughter.
On Friday, a Warren County Judge has ordered her to three years of probation for the lesser charge of corpse abuse.
“I would do anything, and on top of that, you ask, and I understand that, and I just wanted to say how sorry I am,” Richardson told the court. “I can sometimes be selfish, but I’d like to think that I have come to know that I am angry at everyone and hurt so many people with what I’ve done, and I am forever sorry, and I’m so sorry. I’m really, really sorry, and I understand that.”
OHIO, AND A WOMAN IN A TEXT MESSAGE THE MOTHER AFTER THE KILLING OF A NEWBORN, TO SAY THAT SHE WAS HAPPY MY BELLY IS BACK, OMG,’ PROSECUTORS SAY
Judge Donald Oda II, called the sentencing a “mandatory community control if that is required, at the very least, the place that the young lady in the test.
Eric “Skylar” Richardson, walks to the courthouse before closing arguments in her trial in Warren County common pleas Court, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2019 at the latest, in Lebanon, Ohio.
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“What’s that, Mrs. Richardson,” the judge said, “it is because it is a felony of the fifth degree, and you do not have a prior criminal record, and you don’t have to fit in with the other legal criteria are, for the most, I am required by law to place you on community supervision.”
He went on to say, “that means That is the maximum I can sentence you today, even though the maximum value for this is 12 months in prison, the maximum I can sentence you up to today it has been six months of local incarceration.”
In spite of this, the Oda has sentenced her to three years of “basic control”, and seven days in jail, which they all offer.
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“That means you’re going home today,” said Oda.
“I am convinced that Mrs. Richardson was, in fact, I know in my heart that if you would have made different decisions, and in this case, Annabelle wouldn’t be here today,” said the man, for he is the judge, but added that he felt that “her choices for birth, during birth, and after the show a great disregard for life.”
Prosecutors said that Richardson, a high school cheerleader, and was informed by her doctor in April 2017, when she was pregnant and would give birth to a “matter of weeks.” The 18-year-old was very upset and told her doctor that she was not the child’s, and asked them not to tell anyone.
Brooke, Skylar Richardson was accused of killing her new-born baby, for the burial of her only a few days after the birth.
Days later, on the 7th of May, she gave birth to in the middle of the night. Prosecutors say she killed the baby and buried it in the back yard with a bbq area, and the removal of all of the evidence, in order to maintain her “perfect life.”
The remains were found in July, in Carlisle, a town about 40 miles north of Cincinnati.
Richardson’s defense team, said the baby, who they named “Annabelle”, it was to show up, and that the teen was upset and scared.
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The court heard a victim impact statement from Annabelle’s grandmother on the father’s side, It’s Johnson.
“Two years, four months and one week. In case you were wondering, that’s how old my granddaughter would have been if she were here today,” she said. “If we are to live with our grief and loss, she (Richardson), may now have to live knowing that her selfish decision not only for choice. She had a way out.”