One of the women being held responsible for a 9-year-old who starved to death learned her sentence today in court.
Vigo County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt confirmed to us Thursday that Sarah Beth Travioli will serve a total of 8 years, with 4 years in jail, 2 years of home detention and 2 years of probation.
Travioli was charged with multiple crimes and accepted a plea deal back in late January to plead guilty to three felonies, (Neglect of A Dependent) and one misdemeanor, (Failure to Make A Report.)
Travioli is one of four people charged in the starvation death of Cameron Hoopingarner.
At the time of his death, the 9-year-old disabled boy weighed just 15-pounds and had traces of meth in his system.