Vehicular homicide; 10 year sentence
LIVINGSTON - A Denham Springs woman will serve 10 years after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide.
Assistant District Attorney Greg Murphy says Kadie Matthews was traveling more then 100 mph when she struck another car on April 7, 2013. The driver of the other car, Richard Moore, Jr., died from his injuries at the hospital.
The investigating officer on the scene of the crash says Matthews showed a reading of .15% on a breath test.
Five of the 10 year sentence was suspended. Upon her release, Matthews will be placed on five years of active probation.
Matthews pleases guilty Monday and was sentenced Friday.
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