By NEMS Daily Journal
SELMER, Tennessee – One of two suspects charged after a Ramer, Tenn. woman’s body was found in Alcorn County last year has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and theft.
Amanda Wilbanks pleaded guilty to one count of kidnapping and one county of theft of property between $1,000 and $10,000, the Daily Corinthian reported.
She was sentenced to a total of five years on the two charges, plus probation, but was released after being given credit for time served.
She was taken into custody by the Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office to face further charges on improper disposal of a corpse, the report said.
The body of Donna Hill was found floating in the Tuscumbia River on Oct. 25, 2009.
Wilbanks and Corinth resident Aaron Hastings faced separate charges in connection with the case.