Missouri: Judge Dan Pelikan shows he is simply a fool; sentenced double killer Audrey Glenville to four months in DUI shock treatment then she gets to go free

Audrey Glenville
From St. Louis Post-Dispatch

• A 24-year-old woman who killed two women while driving drunk will likely spend only four months in jail.
Audrey R. Glenville of Dardenne Prairie pleaded guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter in July. She was driving on the north service road of Interstate 70 in August 2011 when she crossed the center line and struck the women’s car head on. Killed were Saundra Carlin, 74, and Mary Silver, 64, both of New Melle.
Glenville’s blood-alcohol level was 0.127 about two hours after the crash. The legal limit for drivers in Missouri is 0.08 percent.
On Wednesday, Circuit Judge Dan Pelikan sentenced Glenville to 10 years on each count, but he placed her into a 120-day shock treatment program. If she completes it, she will be on probation for the remainder of her sentence.  ….MORE