CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) – The Summerville woman who pleaded guilty to charges related to the death of her boyfriend's son is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday.
Grace Trotman pleaded guilty in February in a Charleston County court to one count of homicide by child abuse and one count of desecration of human remains for her part in the death of Rodricus Williams.
Williams' body was found in a trash can filled with concrete near Orangeburg in 2010.
In October, she testified against Roger Williams, the boy's father, who was charged with homicide by child abuse. He was found guilty in that trial and sentenced to life in prison.
Trotman and Roger Williams invented a story that the boy had gone missing after falling into the Charleston Harbor in July, 2010.