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    Tasha Yolanda Phillips wept Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, as the 911 call from May 9, 2014, the night she ran over her boyfriend, Martegus 'Pale' Johnson, was played as part of her sentencing hearing in Bibb County Superior Court. Phillips is heard talking to the 911 dispatcher.

Tasha Yolanda Phillips wept Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, as the 911 call from May 9, 2014, the night she ran over her boyfriend, Martegus 'Pale' Johnson, was played as part of her sentencing hearing in Bibb County Superior Court. Phillips is heard talking to the 911 dispatcher. Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph
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She ran over the father of her unborn child, killing him. Now, she’s headed to prison.

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