In Nebraska | Daycare Provider Changes Plea in Abuse Case | Daycare Injury
12/16/2011Kendra Fritsche, a Holdrege woman who reportedly pleaded not guilty last summer to child abuse charges from an incident at her daycare has changed her plea to no contest after the charges were amended.
Reportedly doctors say the infant also showed signs of shaken baby syndrome and Kendra Fritsche reportedly told authorities that she may have put the child down in a carseat "too hard".
The reported maximum sentence she could serve is up to 5 years in prison and/or be fined up to $10,000 if convicted. Under the original charges, Kendra Fritsche was facing up to a reportedly 50 years in prison.
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