Vermont woman who killed 4 could be sentenced Wednesday
2 days ago - By The Seattle Times
BARRE, Vt. - A Vermont woman convicted of killing a social worker and three relatives she thought played a role in her losing custody of her daughter is expected to learn her sentence. The sentencing hearing for Jody Herring is in its third day Wednesday. The hearing had been scheduled to last all week,...
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