Mistie Moyer was seventeen when she murdered her three month old son in Michigan. According to court documents the infant was found dead by authorities in his mother’s care, an autopsy of the infant showed previous injuries including a broken arm. This teen killer would plead guilty to a host of charges including homicide and would be sentenced to forty years in prison
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Name:MISTIE DAWN MOYER
Height:5′ 1″Weight:126 lbs.
Date of Birth:05/28/2001
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A 17-year-old from the Morley area faces murder charges in the death of her 3-month-old son last year.
The Montcalm County prosecutor confirmed Thursday that Mistie Moyer is charged with open murder, felony murder and three counts of first-degree child abuse in the death of her son Fred LeRoy Wallace III.
Fred was born Aug. 12, 2018, and died Nov. 19.
The medical examiner ruled the death a homicide and also found the baby had previous injuries, including a broken arm and broken ribs.
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The teenage mother who pleaded guilty to murder in the death of her 3-month-old son last year will spend up to 40 years in prison.
Mistie Moyer, 18, was sentenced to 12 to 40 years in a state prison Thursday in Montcalm County Circuit Court for the death of her son Fred LeRoy Wallace III.
Wallace died Nov. 19, 2018, while in Moyer’s care. The medical examiner ruled the baby’s death a homicide and found older injuries on his body, including a broken arm and ribs.
Mistie Moyer received 342 days of credit during her sentencing.
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Mistie Dawn Moyer, 17, was arraigned Jan. 11 in Montcalm County’s 64B District Court and charged with homicide-open murder, homicide-felony murder and three counts of first-degree child abuse. The crimes are alleged to have taken place from Nov. 5-19, 2018.
Fred LeRoy Wallace III was born Aug. 12, 2018, to Moyer and her boyfriend, Fred LeRoy Wallace Jr. The baby died Nov. 19, 2018, while in Moyer’s care.
According to Montcalm County Prosecutor Andrea Krause, the medical examiner ruled the death a homicide and also found the baby had older injuries, including a broken arm and broken ribs.
Moyer underwent a forensic exam, which took several months. She was found competent to stand trial. She pleaded guilty Oct. 22 to second-degree murder. She will be sentenced at a later date.
Moyer has been lodged in the Montcalm County Jail since she was charged last January. Her attorney is Randy Norton.
According to Fred’s obituary, he was survived by his parents, along with his grandparents, Fred Leroy Wallace Sr., Melissa Smith, Tammy (Derek) Hansen, great-grandparents, Pauline (Kevin) Musgrave and great-great-grandmother, Alfreda Johnson