WINNIPEG — After years of delays, the verdict is in. Andrea Giebrecht, 42, has been found guilty of six counts of concealing infant remains.
Provincial court Judge Murray Thompson handed down Giebrecht’s verdict Monday afternoon. Giebrecht faces up to 12 years in prison as each charge carries a maximum sentence of two years.
Giesbrecht was arrested Oct. 20, 2014, when six dead infants were found wrapped in towels and stored inside plastic containers in a U-Haul storage locker she had been renting.
She had pleaded not guilty to to six counts of concealing infant remains and had been free on bail since she was arrested in 2014.
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