Rebecca Blackmore Teen Killer Murders Newborn

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Rebecca Blackmore was sixteen years old from North Carolina when she murdered her newborn baby. According to court documents Rebecca Blackmore would fatally stab the newborn baby to death using a pair of scissors. This teen killer would be sentenced to ten to twelve years in prison

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Rebecca Blackmore Teen Killer Murders Newborn
Offender Number:1384717                                          
Inmate Status:ACTIVE
Gender:FEMALE
Race:WHITE
Ethnic Group:EUROPEAN/N.AM./AUSTR
Birth Date:04/24/1995
Age:26
Current Location:ANSON CI
Incarceration Status:ACTIVETotal Incarceration Term:13 YEARS 3 MONTHS
Conviction Date:08/19/2013Projected Release Date:10/15/2023
Primary Crime:MURDER SECOND DEGREE (PRINCIPAL)Primary Crime Type:FELON
Special Characteristics:REGULARCurrent Status:FELON
Admission Date:08/21/2013Admitting Location:NC CI WOMEN
Control Status:REGULAR POPULATIONNext Control Review:UNKNOWN
Custody Classification:MEDIUMNext Custody Review:UNKNOWN
Number Of Infractions:14     View InfractionsLast Infraction Date:12/15/2020
Current Location:ANSON CIPrevious Location:NEUSE CI
Last Movement :RECEIVED FROM NEUSE CILast Movement Date:08/01/2019

Rebecca Blackmore More News

A North Carolina teen was sentenced to 10 to 12 years in prison on a reduced murder charge after she pleaded guilty on Monday to the stabbing death of her infant daughter.

Authorities said Rebecca Blackmore, who was 16 years old when her baby died in 2011, killed her newborn child by stabbing the baby girl to death with scissors.

According to Lindsay Voorhees, a spokeswoman for the Currituck County Sheriff’s Office, the Knotts Island teen went to Chesapeake Regional Medical Center on June 17, 2011. There, she told employees she had just given birth and the baby was dead in her home.

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When authorities went to Blackmore’s residence, they found the baby’s body hidden inside Blackmore’s bedroom closet.

The medical examiner’s office in Greenville, N.C., later determined the baby was alive at birth and survived only for a very short period of time, Currituck County Sheriff Susan Johnson previously told HuffPost.

The infant’s death was caused by “multiple stab wounds,” according to Johnson.

North Carolina has a safe haven law, which states “you can leave your baby, up to 7 days old, with an employee on duty at any hospital” and several other approved locations. The mother is not required to provide any identifying information. Children who are dropped off become a ward of the state, according to the law.

Blackmore — previously a student at Currituck County High School — was charged as an adult in the killing.

With the plea, prosecutors lowered the charge from first degree murder, which could have resulted in a sentence of life in prison without parole.

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