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Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 Children

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Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 Children

Indiana Woman Convicted Of Reckless Homicide In Death Of 3 Children

Alyssa Shepherd could get up to 21 years in prison for fatally hitting three siblings with a pickup as they walked to board their school bus.


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