STEELTON, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania couple accused of keeping their 11 kids in a home full of trash, feces and raw meat have pleaded guilty to multiple child endangerment charges.
Pennlive.com (http://bit.ly/1UeL2C8 ) reports Tyree and Takuya Fluellen entered their pleas Monday.
Judge Deborah Curcillo says she hasn't decided whether to accept sentencing agreements under which they would receive 1- to 2-year prison terms. Sentencing is in July.
Six aggravated assault charges, the most serious counts the two faced, were dismissed as part of the deal.
The Fluellens were charged in July 2015 after Steelton police and county children services workers responded to reports of an odor at their home. The Fluellens and their kids, ages 2 to 14, fled when officials arrived.
Six of the children suffered from an infection caused by ingestion of feces.