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Day-care operator strikes deal after child's death

August 17, 2017
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A day-care provider has pleaded no contest to attempted child neglect, four months after a 1-year-old boy died at her home in the region.

Keysha Collins will be on probation for a year under a deal struck Friday in Muskegon County court.

She's not accused of injuring Korey Brown, but authorities said she failed to properly supervise children.

The toddler who died was found unresponsive by his mother in April.

Collins’ home in Muskegon was reportedly licensed for 12 children, including some who stayed overnight.

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