Amy Baker gets prison time

Amy Baker is sentenced Friday.
Amy Baker is sentenced Friday.
Amy Baker (Source: Clermont County Jail)
Amy Baker (Source: Clermont County Jail)

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BATAVIA, OH (FOX19) - A woman who was involved in the Marcus Fiesel foster child murder case has been sentenced on drug charges.

Amy Baker was sentenced to two years in prison for several counts of selling prescription pills. The sentence was divided into four six month terms, to be served consecutively.

She also was sentenced to six months in the county jail, but she has served 120 days of that sentence since her arrest in March.

Baker could be released to the River City Drug Rehab Program after six months in prison if she is found to have good behavior.

Upon serving her sentence, Baker will undergo three years probation. She also had her driver's license suspended for five years after officers said she was under the influence of drugs when she was arrested in Goshen Township in March.

Baker was the live-in girlfriend of Liz and David Carroll, who killed their 3-year-old foster child, Marcus Fiesel, in 2006. Baker exchanged immunity for her testimony against the Carrolls.

During her sentencing on Friday, Judge William Walker called the Fiesel case "the elephant in the room." Baker's attorney asked that the judge only consider the recent drug charges and asked that Baker be sent directly to River City.

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