DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The doctor who cared for a Dayton teenager that died from malnutrition was found guilty of three charges against her.
Dr. Margaret Edwards, 51, of Trotwood , was found guilty of failure to report child abuse in Juvenile Court late Friday afternoon.
Edwards treated Makayla Norman, 14, from July 2010 until her death in May 2011. Makayla weighed only 28 pounds at the time of her death.
Dr. Edwards will be sentenced May 16. She could face up to 180 days in jail for each count.
"Obviously, we always like to see defendants come in and take responsibility for their actions and this case is one of those cases that we just don't see very often and it's a heart-wrenching case and Makayla Norman deserved justice and we feel at least by Dr. Edwards coming in and entering the pleas she entered we're on that path," said Tracey Ballard-Tangeman, Assistant Montgomery County Prosecutor.
Makayla's head nurse, Mollie Parsons, is serving 10 years in prison in connection to the girl's death.
Two other nurses lost their licenses to practice and are on community control.
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