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Woman involved in alpaca beating pleads guilty

Stacie Mullins (Source: Butler County Jail) Stacie Mullins (Source: Butler County Jail)

HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - A woman who was involved in the deadly beating of a baby alpaca has pleaded guilty to the charges against her.

Stacie Mullins, 23, drove Nicholas Reynolds, 17, and Marcus Miller, 18, to a Madison Township farm in February, where the two teens beat a baby alpaca to death.

Mullins pleaded guilty to complicity to breaking and entering, complicity to theft and tampering with evidence, all felonies; and complicity to cruelty to animals, a second-degree misdemeanor.

She will be sentenced Jan. 24.

Mullins was scheduled to go to trial next week, but instead pled guilty during a pre-trial hearing on Monday. She testified against Miller during his trial.

Reynolds is serving a 20-months jail sentenced after pleading guilty to the charges against him. Miller faces sentencing in January after he was found guilty by a Butler County jury.


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