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An Anchorage 18-year-old will serve 1 year and 10 days in prison for the hit-and-run death of a bicyclist, under sentencing announced in court today.
Alexandra Ellis pleaded guilty to negligent homicide for the 2014 drunken-driving collision in South Anchorage that killed Jeff Holder-Dusenbury, 51. Dusenbury had been riding his bike on a residential street at the time of his death.
Hearings have drawn near-capacity crowds as prosecutors and defense lawyers debated the appropriate length of Ellis’s prison sentence. Anchorage District Attorney Clint Campion called for the teen to serve one to three years behind bars. William Ingaldson, the attorney for Ellis, pushed for the case to be transferred to the juvenile justice system altogether.
Bill moved to Alaska in 1983, and served as a State Assistant District Attorney for over five years; first supervising the Misdemeanor Section, then heading the Major Economic and Corrupt Offender Unit – trying major felony cases and starting up the office’s first specialized Arson Unit. After working in the State’s Antitrust Section, Bill entered private practice.
Lane Douglas Wyatt, 24, was sentenced to nearly 18 years in prison on Friday for killing 20-year-old Citari Townes-Sweatt in a drunken-driving accident last year.
Townes-Sweatt died June 30, 2013, after Wyatt, an Airman 1st Class from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, ran a red light at an East Anchorage intersection and hit the car she was driving.
Healthier people and less gas used
Perhaps it's cars that should be coming off the road.
You should be able to prove that you are legally able to drink before getting alcohol. No license no alcohol.