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Delaney was on the Fargo campus visiting friends when emergency personnel were dispatched to Sevrinson Hall just after noon on a call of boy being unresponsive.
Lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful, a statement from the university’s Media Relations office said.
Her parents said she went upstairs to help Crews with a sewing project, and they became alarmed when she didn't return promptly.
After repeated urging from the family, police began investigating the woman's whereabouts.
"Hopefully, she gets the greatest penalty in North Dakota, which is life without the possibility of parole.
"Whether or not that's justice in the eyes of the law, that's the only thing that we here can hope for.
This is the first student death of someone I had in class and I wouldn’t be able to get through it if it weren’t for this community of love.” Brody Childs, one of Delaney’s best friends, said he had known Delaney since childhood and two played on several hockey and lacrosse teams together. The victim is believed to be a high school student from a Minneapolis suburb.
But after getting reports that Hoehn had told co-workers about a newborn, investigators obtained a search warrant for the couple's apartment.
Brooke Crews pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit murder of Savanna La Fontaine-Greywind and kidnap her baby during a hearing with her lawyer Steven Mottinger on Monday, Dec. Bringing partial closure to a shocking case that has gripped the Fargo-Moorhead area, a 38-year-old woman on Monday admitted guilt in the killing of a pregnant Savanna La Fontaine-Greywind as part of a plot to keep the woman's baby.
Brooke Crews, of Fargo, pleaded guilty to conspiring to murder the 22-year-old La Fontaine-Greywind.
She also pleaded guilty to conspiring to kidnap La Fontaine-Greywind's child and giving false information to law enforcement, according to documents filed in Cass County District Court.
Crews remains held without bail until her sentencing, set for Jan. "I'm very happy that at least one of the two that is currently being charged has admitted their part in the crime against Savanna," said Janel Herald, a close family friend.
"Nothing can bring Savanna back." The charging document says Crews conspired with her boyfriend, William Hoehn, "to murder Savanna Marie La Fontaine-Greywind in order to obtain her fetal child." Hoehn awaits trial in March on charges of conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to murder.