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Mother Gets Jail Time For Daughter's Murder

Judge suspends half of her sentence

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    Mother Gets Jail Time For Daughter's Murder
    Prince William County Police Department

    Alfreedia Gregg-Glover, 45, will spend the next 26 years in prison for killing her 13-year-old adopted daughter,  Alexis "Lexie" Glover.

    In January 2009, Gregg-Glover told Prince William County police that Lexie disappeared from the Central Community Library in Manassas. Police launched a massive search.  Somebody walking by a shallow creek in Woodbridge found her body two days later.

    A medical examiner ruled that Lexie died of drowning and cold exposure. Police believe she was already dead by the time her mother reported her missing, authorities said. Gregg-Glover later confessed to her murder.

    Gregg-Glover pled guilty to felony murder, felony child abuse and filing a false police report. A judge sentenced her to the maximum 51 years in prison but suspended 25 years.