Woman who gave baby salt overdose to get estranged husband to come home sentenced to 30 years 07/26/2018 12:55 pm PDT Comments WSOC via WSOC: SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- (WSOC/AP) -- Kimberly Martines, 25, of Fingerville was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison for homicide by child abuse, the Spartanburg County Prosecutor's Office said. Seventeen-month-old Peyton Martines was found severely dehydrated in July 2016. She was running a fever and had high salt levels in her blood. She died three days later at a Spartanburg hospital. Martines initially said the girl and her twin sister got into a bag of salt she had left out. Martines later said she gave the girl salt in an attempt to get her estranged husband to come home. FULL STORY: South Carolina woman sentenced to 30 years in child's salt death - WSOC #AP #ChildAbuse #Homicide #SouthCarolina #TheAssociatedPress #WSOC Related Stories Mom caught on camera poisoning young son to death in hospital Lacey Spears' conviction of murder of 5-year-old son upheld Crime Watch Daily Special Edition: Caught on Camera Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.