Laurel County Mother Sentenced In Infant's Death

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Updated: 5/28/2013 6:20 pm
A Laurel County mother whose baby died while police said she was out partying has been sentenced.

A judge sentenced Rachel Kilburn to One Year Diverted. The sentence means Kilburn will spend the next year essentially on probation. The court said if there aren't any problems during that time, then her case will be dismissed.

Police said Kilburn and her boyfriend Jonathon Haynes, left her 10-week old baby with Haynes' brother for two days. Investigators said the man didn't know how to care for a baby. The child was found dead a few days later.
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