One of the women being held responsible for a 9-year-old who starved to death entered into a plea deal Monday afternoon.
Sarah Beth Travioli was charged with multiple crimes and accepted a plea deal to plead guilty to three felonies and one misdemeanor.
Travioli is one of four people charged in the starvation death of Cameron Hoopingarmer.
At the time of his death, the 9-year-old disabled boy weighed just 15-pounds and had traces of meth in his system.
So far, one defendant has also accepted a plea agreement and a jury convicted another.
Travioli will appear in court on March 5th for her sentencing.
If she receives the maximum for each of her guilty pleas, she faces more than 11-years in prison and more than $30,000 dollars in fines.