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Hearing set for Amber Pasztor concerning neighbor’s murder case

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Another hearing has been set for Amber Pasztor, according to Fort Wayne’s NBC.

The Fort Wayne woman was sentenced to 130 years in June 2017 for killing her two children, 7-year-old Lilliana Hernandez and 6-year-old Rene Pasztor.

Pasztor went to court on charges of a third murder, her 66-year-old neighbor Frank Macomber, in July 2017. She entered a temporary plea of not guilty.

On Friday, Pasztor was in court for a routine pretrial conference for Macomber’s murder, where she asked to plead guilty, but the court ordered she go through the entire trial process to ensure her rights were protected.

A public defender has been assigned to her, and another hearing has been scheduled for April 9.

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