North Carolina: Angela Richards guilty in DWI death of Mark Shane Bishop in night of booze, drugs and illegal racing
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This photo from the StatePortPilot.com shows North Carolina State Highway Patrol accident reconstruction team are working with the city police department to determine specifics of a fatal crash that took the life of Mark Shane Bishop, killed by Angela Richards.
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BOLIVIA—A Brunswick County woman pleaded guilty to felony death by motor vehicle Wednesday in Brunswick County Superior Court.
Angela Jena Richards, 24, of Southport, pleaded guilty to felony death by motor vehicle, driving while impaired and reckless driving, according to a press release from District Attorney Jon David’s office.
Richards was sentenced to 36 to 53 months in prison, which was suspended for a split sentence. Richards will serve a nine-month active sentence, followed by five years supervised probation.
During her supervised probation, Richards will return to jail to serve 48 hours in custody on each anniversary of the crash. She is also required to speak to high school students about the dangers of impaired driving.
On the night of Nov. 15, 2011, Richards went bowling with friends. On her way to the bowling alley, Richards used illegal drugs …..MORE
News story of 2011 fatal wreck in which Angela Richards was charged with killing Mark Shane Bishop
A Boiling Spring Lakes man has died from injuries he sustained in a single-vehicle crash early Wednesday morning.
The Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department issued a release Thursday stating that Mark Shane Bishop, 47, was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center after the vehicle he was a passenger in crashed on N.C. 87 south just inside city limits around 12:10 a.m. on November 16. Bishop later died from his injuries, police said.
Richards has since been charged with driving while impaired, careless and reckless driving and felony death by vehicle. She was arrested and taken to the Brunswick County Detention Center ….MORE