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Lindsey Lowe Transferred Into State Custody

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Lindsey Lowe has been transferred into state custody after her conviction for the murders of her twin newborn sons.

According to the Tennessee Department of Corrections, Lowe was moved from the Sumner County Jail Monday morning, and transferred into the maximum security Tennessee Prison for Women on Stewarts Lane in the Bordeaux area.

Lowe was found guilty of two counts each of felony first degree murder, felony premeditated murder and aggravated child abuse.

The judge sentenced her to life in prison for the counts of first degree murder. She will have to serve 51 years before she's eligible for parole.

A sentencing hearing was scheduled Friday, April 26, in Sumner County for the aggravated child abuse convictions. 

After reading the jury's verdict, the judge ordered Lowe's bond revoked and she was taken into custody. She waved to family members and said "I'm ok, I love you all" as she left the courtroom.

The Tennessee Prison for Women is the state's primary corrections facility for women convicted in felony cases.

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