Babysitter in Pilar Rodriguez Case Gets Probation, Time Served

The baby sitter of a 4-year-old girl who vanished back in 1999 was sentenced Thursday. Melissa Harding-Jones pled guilty to a charge of accessory to murder in the case of Pilar Rodriguez.

Rodriguez went missing nearly 20 years ago- her killer, Harding-Jones’ then-boyfriend, Keith Wilson, was convicted of murder back in October.

This week, a judge sentenced Harding-Jones to just two years of community control followed by eight years of probation with a 10 year suspended prison sentence. Harding-Jones testified against Wilson at her trial, hoping her testimony would result in a lighter sentence.

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