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AKRON, Ohio — The parents of an Akron toddler who died after being left out in the cold last February will both spend time in prison.

Tierra Williams, 22, and Dariaun Parker, 24, pleaded guilty to child endangering charges.

A judge on Friday sentenced Williams to 18 months in prison. Parker was sentenced to two years in prison. Both must pay court costs and will be considered for judicial release.

They both faced sentences of up to three years in prison.

Williams found the little girl, named Wynter, unresponsive on their porch. She later died of hypothermia at the hospital.

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