Woman charged in baby's tub death
The Tri-City Herald reported that Wendi Finkbeiner-Setzer, 39, has been summoned to appear in Superior Court on Jan. 17.
Benton County sheriff's deputies say little Piper Finkbeiner was found face down and not breathing on Nov. 5 in the bathtub of her home.
She was flown to a Seattle hospital, where doctors determined she was brain dead. Court documents said she was taken off life support Nov. 12.
According to court papers, the mother said she left Piper and her 2-year-old sister alone for not more than five minutes in about 10-12 inches of water while she did some work on a computer.
Deputies say water had overflowed from the tub.
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