CLEVELAND (AP) - A woman has again admitted killing her husband, six months after confessing the crime to a 911 dispatcher.
Annette Cobb pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of murder and faces 15 years to life in prison. Her sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 16.
The 38-year-old called 911 early on May 23 and told the surprised dispatcher that she stabbed her husband to death. Police found the body of Rick Cobb in the couple's home.
The Cuyahoga County coroner ruled that the 57-year-old died from numerous stab wounds to his upper body.
Annette Cobb's attorney James Jenkins did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
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