Wisconsin Man Sentenced to 6 years for Killing his Friend in Drunk Driving Accident
Baraboo, Wis. (Channel 3000) A Baraboo man was sentenced to six years in prison for a drunk driving accident that left one of his friends dead and another one injured, according to Channel 3000.
Kevin Vaness was sentenced in a Sauk County court Monday.
He, also, received to nine years of extended supervision once he gets out of prison.
Investigators Vaness rear-ended a motorcycle back in June 2013 driven by his friend, Benjamin Brooks. The motorcycle was pushed through the intersection, and Brooks and his passenger, Tory Frenzel, were thrown off the bike. The Jeep kept going, left the road and hit a retaining wall. Brooks later died from his injuries.
The district attorney said the three men were bar hopping when the accident occurred.