(pictured left) was originally charged with second-degree sexual abuse, indecent contact with a child, indecent exposure and dissemination and exhibition of obscene material to a minor.
According to online court records, Guido pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of child endangerment instead of second-degree sexual abuse as part of a plea deal with prosecutors. The charges of indecent contact with a child and indecent exposure were dismissed. She also pleaded guilty to one count of dissemination or exhibition of obscene material to a minor.
She was sentenced to two years in prison suspended with credit given for time served, two years probation and a $625 fine suspended on the child endangerment charge.
On the conviction for dissemination of obscene material, Guido was sentenced to one year in jail with all but 30 days suspended and two years probation. She was again given credit for time served.
She was also ordered to serve an additional term of 10 years supervised release through the Iowa Department of Corrections due to the sexual nature of the crime.
The charges were filed in February 2014 by the Eagle Grove Police Department after an investigation by the Iowa Department of Human Services.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Guido's husband, Leonardo Guido-Acosta, in February. It appears he is still at large. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact police at 515-448-4793.