York County woman pleads guilty years after son’s death

YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) – A York County woman has pleaded guilty to a count of endangering the welfare of children years after the death of her son.

According to the York County Attorney’s Office, Leah Mullinix on Wednesday entered a guilty plea to the charges following the 2018 death of her two-year-old Dante Mullinix.

In the original criminal complaint, police alleged that Mullinix failed to provide her child with adequate medical care.

Mullinix is ​​scheduled to be sentenced April 20 before Judge Amber Kraft.

In December 2022, Tyree Bowie was found not guilty of murder and child endangerment in connection with Dante’s death and was released from the York County Jail. At the time, police said Bowie was the only person watching Dante when the boy stopped breathing.

Dante later died in hospital and his death was ruled a homicide after an autopsy revealed he died of a traumatic brain injury accompanied by strangulation and asphyxiation.

https://www.abc27.com/local-news/york/york-county-woman-pleads-guilty-years-after-sons-death/ York County woman pleads guilty years after son’s death

Brian Ashcraft

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