Drunk driver jailed after hitting teen in head with car and driving into crowd near LAX” – LAX
“LAX driver jailed for hitting teen” – Los Angeles Times
“LAX Driver Sentenced For Failing To See Teen With Bail.” LA Times. 11-23-2012. Accessed 11/24/2012.
The driver who hit and killed 12-year-old Taylor Fong with a car during a celebration at the Hollywood Improv in January 2011 was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and six years of supervised release for child abuse. Taylor’s mother told police at the tim우리카지노e her son had suffered a drug addiction since last June.
The case: Taylor Fong
The verdict: Sentenced to 10 years of supervised release by Judge Michael C. Chappell in Los Angeles Superior Court in March 2011 for driving with a blood alcohol content of.10 or above that was two times over the limit, and driving with a suspended driver’s license as an element of the offense. He has two previous drunk driving convictions, the most recent for running down a pedestrian in May 2009 while intoxicated.
The other: At trial in July 2009 he admitted to an officer that he had crashed his Dodge Carav더킹카지노an, a red four-door that had been stolen from the couple’s garage, in December 2004. Officer Patrick M. Smith found the driver’s license and driver’s insurance in the car, where Taylor was driving at the time. During the hearing, he noticed that Taylor had a bottle of vodka in his hand, and the officer asked Taylor to remove it. Taylor told the officer he was in a stupor and that he was too drunk to drin