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  • Rock Hill woman who buried baby in yard pleads guilty

    Tara Ostrowski appears in court Thursday to plead guilty after she hid her pregnancy, gave birth at home and then buried a baby boy in her yard. She received three years probation and drug treatment. A five year sentence “hangs over her head” if she does not complete the probation and treatment, Judge Dan Hall said.

Tara Ostrowski appears in court Thursday to plead guilty after she hid her pregnancy, gave birth at home and then buried a baby boy in her yard. She received three years probation and drug treatment. A five year sentence “hangs over her head” if she does not complete the probation and treatment, Judge Dan Hall said. by Andrew Dys
Tara Ostrowski appears in court Thursday to plead guilty after she hid her pregnancy, gave birth at home and then buried a baby boy in her yard. She received three years probation and drug treatment. A five year sentence “hangs over her head” if she does not complete the probation and treatment, Judge Dan Hall said. by Andrew Dys

Rock Hill woman who buried dead baby in yard gets probation, no prison time

December 03, 2015 9:55 AM