TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The three people facing charges in the death of Wyllow Brewer were in court Monday morning.
During today's hearing, counsel for the State extended plea offers to Kylie Brewer, Jon-Paul Bogdanowich Jr., and Kaylie Gossett. No plea deal agreements have been made.
Brewer, Bogdanowich Jr., and Gossett are due back in court on January 8.
Wyllow died February 19 and the three suspects, including the child's mother, were initially arrested on child abuse charges.
The child was found unresponsive in the 2900 block of West Katapa Trail. She was transported to Banner University Medical Center where she was pronounced dead.
According to reports from PCSD, in the days before Wyllow's death, Brewer said she was in the hospital with pneumonia. She admitted to injecting meth the previous Tuesday, but said she's not addicted and uses the drug to help with the pain she has with scoliosis and other chronic issues. Brewer had told investigators she had recently had other health problems and had pneumonia before.
A few weeks before Wyllow's death, Brewer said she believed the child had hurt her shoulder when she got it caught in her crib.
Brewer commented that Wyllow would often have chapped skin on her face and she'd use an ointment for it, and sometimes the child scratched herself with her fingernails.