Brother billed in starved teen’s loss of life reaches plea settlement
The adoptive brother of a 16-calendar year-old Perry female who died from extreme malnutrition has arrived at a plea settlement in link with his involvement in her loss of life, according to courtroom paperwork.
Sabrina Ray was found lifeless at Rays of Sunshine Daycare in May 2017. Investigators reported she weighed just 56 kilos when she was found.
Court docket paperwork filed in Dallas County Monday reveal that Justin Ray has arrived at plea settlement in his situation.
He is billed with two felony counts of willful injury and two felony counts of kid endangerment in link with Sabrina Ray’s loss of life.
According to courtroom paperwork Justin Ray “drop-kicked” Sabrina Ray down a basement staircase someday in between March 1 and May 12 of 2017, leading to her to land on the basement flooring.
Court docket paperwork reported Sabrina Ray endured a serious injury and was not able to wander, converse, consume or consume pursuing that act.
4 other loved ones members have been billed in link with Sabrina’s loss of life: adoptive mom and dad Misty and Marc Ray, as well as Josie and Carla Bousman.
Justin Ray’s plea settlement hearing is scheduled for Friday at the Dallas County Courthouse.