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Sentencing Set for Woman Who Strangled Daughter

Sentencing Set for Woman Who Strangled Daughter



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MOAB, Utah (AP) -- Sentencing has been set for a Salt Lake City woman who admitted to strangling her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter last year.

Yesterday, a judge scheduled 30-year-old Wendy Bullock's sentencing for October fourth. Last month, a judge ruled Bullock was mentally ill when she killed Sarah Pollyanne last January on Interstate 70 near Moab.

In February, Bullock pleaded guilty to second-degree child abuse homicide while mentally ill.

The judge requested the Utah Department of Human Services examine Bullock and complete a report, including recommendations for the October forth sentencing.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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