INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis mother pleaded guilty Friday in the November 2012 death of her 3-month-old son.
Bambi Glazebrook pleaded guilty to neglect of a dependent, a felony. Glazebrook will be sentenced May 30.
Emergency crews were called to Glazebrook's home for an unresponsive child, and her son, Phillip Robey, was later pronounced dead at Riley Hospital for Children.
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