(MAYSVILLE, KY) -- Amy Baker has a new option - pead guilty, and get only three years in prison.
That's the deal Mason County prosecutors are floating to the woman who admitted under oath that she helped dump the charred remains of foster child Marcus Fiesel into the Ohio River.
One of Baker's attorneys says they have not yet discussed the offer with her, but if she decides to take it, she could plead guilty as early as Friday.
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