Ranae Fayant, of Brookings, South Dakota, has been sentenced to seventy-five years after the death due to the malnourishment of her three-year-old niece in 2019 according to Dakota News Now.

"Twenty-seven-year-old Renae Fayant pled guilty to first-degree manslaughter in July. In exchange for the guilty plea, the state agreed to dismiss counts of second-degree murder and abuse or cruelty to a minor. The state also agreed to a maximum sentence of 75 years in prison" -Dakota News Now.

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Back in 2019, police discovered the body of a three-year-old girl inside of a Brookings home. The autopsy that was performed on the girl confirmed that her cause of death was malnourishment and dehydration.

Fayant was not solely responsible for the death of the three-year-old girl, however.

29-year-old Robert Price, Jr., was also charged with the child’s death in 2019.

However, Fayant was the girl’s aunt and was responsible for caring for her at the time of the child's death.

Investigators stated that they deprived the girl of both food and water and kept her in a small space "in a filthy home."

The case against Price is still currently pending as of September 24, 2021.

Source: Dakota News Now

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