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Tulsa Man Pleads Guilty After Police Find Toddler Weighing 9 Pounds

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A Green Country father pleaded guilty in a devastating child neglect case Friday.

Police say 30-year-old Raymond Wofford III's 3-year-old was roaming the neighborhood, begging for food.

His 20-month-old daughter had nearly been starved to death, weighing only nine pounds, when found by neighbors. A doctor told police she had scoliosis and malnutrition.

Wofford pleaded guilty to two counts of child neglect and one count of throwing human waste on a police officer. Police say he spat on an officer while under arrest.

Wofford made a blind plea, which means he doesn't have a deal with prosecutors and will take whatever sentence the judge gives him in April.

8/8/2012 Related Story: Tulsa Man Charged With Neglect For Starving 2-Year-Old Daughter

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