Per state law, the vehicular homicide while DUI conviction comes with a mandatory minimum of three years in prison, Judge Moyle told him.
Muir, 26, of Media entered guilty pleas to two counts of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, two counts of aggravated assault while driving under the influence, three counts of recklessly endangering another person, and a separate count of DUI.
Muir was not injured in the crash. Police observed he smelled like alcohol, according to officials. Muir allegedly failed field sobriety tests and was taken to Chester County Hospital where his blood alcohol level was checked
Six state police and highway patrol agencies this weekend will once again engage in Operation Border to Border, a coordinated traffic safety enforcement initiative targeting approximately 791 miles of U.S. Route 15, which originates in Waterboro, S.C., and ends in Corning, N.Y. The corridor is a heavily-traveled thoroughfare for summer vacationers and for those attempting to avoid congested interstates serving all six states.
Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas Judge Shawn Meyers questioned the response of Catherine Foy’s family to developments in the case.
“They are not happy with the plea, but I think it’s legally appropriate,” Rahauser said, noting that the relatives had hung up on him when he called.
Foy, 50, illegally passed a vehicle on Pa. 16 prior to the crash. The 2007 Subaru Outback he was driving left the road and hit a porch in Peters Township, Pa.
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“I did, and I was drinking, but I wasn’t drunk. I knew what I was doing,” Dibler said. “I had people carry my sister to my car so I could take her home. I was fine.”
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