Couple Found Guilty Of Killing Infant Daughter While On Meth

A Georgia couple will be spending decades behind bars after they were found guilty of killing their infant daughter while high on meth.

Courtney Marie Bell and Christopher McNabb were sentenced on Tuesday in the 2017 death of their daughter Caliyah. The couple had reported the girl missing and told police she was abducted by an intruder, but her body was later found in a bag belonging to McNabb.

McNabb was sentenced to life in prison without parole, while Bell was sentenced to 30 years with 15 to serve.