Sentencing expected today for three found guilty in Danieal Kelly case

    The sentencing for Daniel Kelly, Mickal Kamuvaka and Dana Poindexter is delayed until October. After being found guilty this summer for their parts in the death of Danieal Kelly, the three were supposed to face sentencing today.

    Danieal Kelly was emaciated and neglected when she died at the age of 14 in 2006. Her mother is already serving prison time for third-degree murder charges in the girl’s death.

     

    Daniel Kelly, the father, was found guilty of child endangerment, and Kamuvaka and Poindexter have been convicted on multiple counts for failing to check up on the girl, who had cerebral palsy, in their roles as social workers.

    All three were convicted in July.

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