GREENVILLE – The defendant in a child endangering case scheduled for a two-day trial pleaded guilty Thursday.
Roselyn Baker of Greenville, accepted a plea deal, which included dismissal of one count of second-degree child endangering and one count of second-degree felonious assault in exchange for a guilty plea to one count of first-degree misdemeanor child endangering.
The incident occurred Sept. 15, 2017.
Judge Jonathan P. Hein accepted Baker’s guilty plea and set a date of July 20 for sentencing.
Baker remains free on an own recognizance bond, is to cooperate with her attorney Randall Breaden for pre-trial requirements and complete mental health counseling, parenting and anger management classes.
PHOTO CAPTION: With attorney Randall Breaden, Roselyn Baker avoids trial by entering guilty plea. (Susan Hartley photo)