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‘Poor parenting, by definition, is not criminal’: Judge who gave lenient sentence to cop killer acquits mom who allegedly admitted to smothering baby while high on meth

by John Jefferson
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Dacia Lacey, right, admitted to smothering her 2-month-old baby Alona at their Indianapolis home, but Judge Mark Stoner, inset, found her not guilty after a three-day bench trial. (WHTR/YouTube)

An Indiana mother walked away a free woman after a judge found her not guilty despite her alleged admission that she smothered her 2-month-old baby girl to death while high on meth.

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis charged Dacia Lacey with neglect of a dependent resulting in death. Lacey said she put her 2-month-old Alona face down on the couch between cushions in August 2022 because she wouldn’t stop crying, according to a probable cause affidavit. Court records show Judge Mark Stoner found Lacey not guilty after a three-day bench trial.



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