There will be no trial for a woman charged in the death of her five-year-old son.
What started out as an arraignment turned into a plea agreement for Rebecca Wynne who waived her right to a trial and plead no contest today to involuntary manslaughter.
Wynne was staying at her mother's home when she discovered one of her three children was dead.
"The five year-old child was exposed to opiates. During the evening hours, the child expired," Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson said.
According to the Douglas County Prosecutor's Office, Wynne had sent text messages looking to buy oxycodone and morphine. After buying the drugs, Wynne allegedly put some of those drugs into a plastic egg.
According to testimony, Wynne's children got into the pills and took some of them.
The youngest, a four-year-old boy threw up the following morning.
The 5-year-old, known as Joey, was found dead.
"Emergency personnel and law enforcement, became involved. The children were checked but they were not taken to the hospital," Branson said.
The judge found Wynne guilty today of one count of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of aggravated child endangerment.
Wynne's no contest plea means she is not admitting guilt but does not refute the charges.
The children are in the custody of her mother.
Wynne could face anywhere from 31 months to 136 months depending on her past criminal history.
She will find that out during sentencing on December 14.
We contacted the Douglas County District Attorney and Wynne's attorney, both declined to comment until after the sentencing has occurred.