Parents of convicted killer to learn their sentence in court
By Phillip Slavin
OKLAHOMA CITY — The parents of a convicted killer are heading to court this morning to learn their own fate. Linda Beletzuy and stepfather Carlos Beletzuy-Lopez will be sentenced Friday. The two are charged with child neglect, after their teenage son was found guilty in 2012 of killing his nine month old baby sister. Court documents show the teenager confessed to hurting his baby sister while baby-sitting and playing video games at his family's apartment in Oklahoma City. He said he "picked her up and shook her." The prosecution says the Beletzuy's should have never left the child with their teenage son, and now, should share in the responsibility of the little girl's death. The Beletzuy's have entered a plea, Their sentencing is scheduled for 9 a.m.
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