Giesbrecht to be sentenced for fraud, breach of probation
Andrea Giesbrecht is shown in a file image. On Oct. 22, 2014, officers announced they had charged Giesbrecht with six counts of concealing the body of a child, along with breach of probation.
Published Tuesday, February 9, 2016 6:19AM CST
Last Updated Tuesday, February 9, 2016 6:21AM CST
A Winnipeg woman, who is accused of storing infant remains in a storage locker, is set to be sentenced on separate charges today.
Last month, Andrea Giesbrecht pled guilty to failing to comply with a probation order and fraud over $5,000.
Giesbrecht has faced accusations of defrauding one individual, as well as a payday loan company and Manitoba Employment and Income Assistance. She will be sentenced in a Winnipeg court today
Giesbrecht also gained international attention when the remains of six infants were discovered in a storage locker under her name in 2014.
She faces six counts of concealing bodies in relation to that case.