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A former sophomore at Muskingum University in New Concord, OH was sentenced to life in prison on June 27 for the murder of her newborn baby.

Emilie Weaver was a sorority girl of Delta Gamma Theta. Fellow sorority sisters testified about the morning of April 22, 2015, as to the state of the bathroom in the sorority house where Weaver resided at that time.  Believing that it was simply a feminine hygiene issue, the sorority’s house manager texted all residents of the building that whoever made the mess, needed to come clean it up.  That manager is quoted as stating, “It looked like a murder scene.” She had NO idea how apt that description was.

There had been growing concern about Weaver among her sorority sisters for strange behavior.  They cited that she had recently put on a good bit of weight and started wearing baggier clothes to camouflage along with the strange way she seemed to always hold a pillow or stuffed animal in front of her – according to interviews with the Times Recorder.  They also recalled Weaver drinking an abundant amount of alcohol, smoking marijuana, and even playing in a Dodgeball tournament where she reportedly “fell on her stomach”.

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Rumors had been circulating for some time regarding Weaver being pregnant and hiding it.  By Spring 2015, some sorority sisters were looking for concrete proof that the rumors were true.  One of the girls had a horrible hunch so she and another sorority sister went to the house’s garbage bin outside.  On the ground, they found a trash bag and proceeded to tear a hole. “We kept shaking the bag,” Madison Bates testified in court, according to the Zanesville Times Recorder. “And I saw a baby’s foot.” The startling discovery led to an even more disturbing story and macabre crime.


According to the Washington Post – “She wanted [the baby] Addison dead,” Muskingum County Assistant Prosecutor Ron Welch said in court, according to the Columbus Dispatch. “Whether it was during her pregnancy or after birth, it didn’t matter. She didn’t want the baby.”

When the baby somehow survived, Weaver took a more direct approach, cutting the umbilical cord herself before putting the newborn in a plastic bag, where the child suffocated to death, prosecutors said.



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“No more baby,” she texted the man she thought was the father. “Taken care of.”

In May, an Ohio jury found Weaver guilty of aggravated murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence, according to the Associated Press. On Monday, she was sentenced to life in prison without parole. The stiff sentence was also surprising, however, as it stood in sharp contrast to another, a remarkably similar case from the same school. In 2002, Muskingum student Jennifer “Nikki” Bryant wrapped her newborn in a blanket and put the baby in a trash can, where the child died. Bryant pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, child endangering and abuse of a corpse. She was sentenced to three years in prison but only served seven months.

“There has been a lot of discussion within our community as to why this situation happened twice at the same institute of higher learning,” Dave Boyer, director of Muskingum County Children Services, told the Daily Mail. “It’s extremely hurtful.”

It’s unclear if Weaver was aware of Bryant’s ordeal on the same campus more than a decade earlier.  But Weaver’s attempts to echo Bryant’s defense — that she was unaware she was pregnant until she suddenly gave birth, and that she was sorry for what she had done — convinced neither judge nor jury.

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