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Amanda Guidry Gets 80 Years For Daughters Death

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Amanda Guidry has been sentenced to eighty years in prison for injury to a child that led to the death of four year old Breonna Loftin. According to court documents Amanda Guidry and her boyfriend Jason Delacerda would abuse the four year old girl over a undisclosed amount of time that left the child with broken bones, bruises, cuts and other injuries that led to her death. Jason Delacerda was convicted of murder back in 2018 and would be sentenced to death and remains on Texas Death Row. The prosecutors were not seeking the death penalty in the Amanda Guidry case so the charges were dropped from capital murder to injury to a child.

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A Hardin County Jury has decided on an 80 year sentence for Amanda Guidry after convicting her of Injury to a Child in the 2011 death of her 4-year-old daughter, Breonna Loftin. The jury in Judge Steven Thomas’ courtroom began deliberating her punishment at about 3:00 Tuesday afternoon and returned with the decision shortly after 9:00 Tuesday night. She faced up to life in prison.

The jury convicted Guidry of Injury to a Child on Friday, August 26th. She had been charged with Capital Murder, but prosecutors weren’t seeking the death penalty if she’d been convicted on that charge.

Guidry’s boyfriend, Jason Delacerda, was sentenced to death in 2018. Prosecutors say that both took part in causing injuries to Breonna.

According to doctors, the little girl suffered blunt force trauma to the head, broken bones, bruises, and burns. Investigators say the abuse had gone on for some time prior to her death.

https://www.kjas.com/news/local_news/article_484fb19a-2ed6-11ed-a8c0-13931420b91d.html

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