Saying she missed filing deadlines, the state Superior Court this week rejected the latest appeal of a Harrisburg woman who is serving a 20- to 40-year prison term for fatally injuring her 3-month-old daughter.Deneshya Poole when cheap michael kors bags she was charged in 2006 with the death of her daughterDeneshya A. Poole, now 33, has been serving that sentence since a Dauphin County jury The verdict came nearly six years after the death of the child, Kev-eauna Collins.
Kev-eauna was in the care of her father, Kevin Collins, and Poole was in prison on unrelated cheap michael kors handbags charges when the child's fatal injuries were discovered in October 2001. She died of brain injuries. An autopsy showed the girl had suffered head trauma and had 18 rib fractures.
Poole and Kevin Collins, who was married to another woman at the time, had a rocky relationship. Poole had threatened to abandon or not feed the child, according to court records, and had thrown the baby at or into Collins' car.
Records show that another inmate claimed Poole told her about the abuse she had inflicted on the girl to try to upset Collins and supposedly laughed at the thought that Collins might be charged in the michael kors purses death.
Poole was in the state prison at Muncy serving time for a conviction in another case when city police filed the murder count against her in April 2006. A witness provided a belated break in the case michael kors online outlet that led to the charges, police said.
In her rejected appeal, Poole argued that there wasn't sufficient evidence to prove she was the one who had inflicted her daughter's fatal injuries.
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