Another Defendant Pleads Guilty in Sylar Newton Case
Hot on the heels of a plea agreement accepted by her co-defendant, Nancy Collins has also taken a plea for her role in the disappearance and death of 2-year-old Sylar Newton in 2010 near a campground in Arizona.
Collins, 57, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse per domestic violence, Prescott's The Daily Courier reported.
Christina Priem, 37, of Flagstaff, Collins' daughter and Sylar's custodial mother, last week pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse in the case, avoiding several related drug charges.
Sylar's remains were found in a wash less than 2 miles from the Beaver Creek Campground on Aug. 10, 2010, after he was reported missing July 25, 2010.
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