A Missoula woman whose husband was convicted last month of driving drunk and killing a tourist walking along Brooks Street was accused Sunday of driving under the influence.
Nancy Holm, 52, pleaded guilty in Missoula Municipal Court Monday to a misdemeanor DUI charge. Holm, who was driving without headlights when Missoula police stopped her car at Third and Prince streets at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, refused a breath test, according to the ticket.
Holm’s husband, Brian, was convicted last month of vehicular homicide under the influence in the death of Brian Beaver, 24, of Aberdeen, Wash.
Beaver and two friends were on their way to Yellowstone National Park when they stopped in Missoula for the night on Nov. 9, 2010.
That same night, Brian and Nancy Holm had been drinking at the Hayloft Saloon in Lolo ….MORE