to connectVideoPrison for the teenage drunk driver, who live-streamed a fatal crash
The 19-year-old Obdulia Sanchez was sentenced to six years in prison; the crash killed the 14-year-old sister.
A 19-year-old California woman who is in line for her drink-driving crash, the death of her 14-year-old sister, has been released on parole after serving 26 months in prison.
Obdulia Sanchez was convicted in February of 2018, with up to six years and four months in prison after being convicted of gross vehicle manslaughter, DUI and child endangering.
She was released on parole on Sept. 21, after the receipt of a loan for the completion of the approved rehabilitation or educational programs,” according to a spokesman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, told the Merced Sun-Star, Saturday.
The guard was to be released in September. 21, after serving 26 months in prison. She was convicted and sentenced to serve six years and four months in February, 2018. (AP Photo/Scott Smith, File)
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The guard, who was 18 at the time of the July 2017 to crash, had a live streaming of himself on Instagram, as she drove drunk.
The video showed her with her hands on the steering wheel, and the prosecutor’s office said.
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Now there was a difference in the shoulder of a road in Los Banos, about 100 miles south of San Francisco, california. Investigators say she overcorrected, causing the vehicle to swerve and topple over. The 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline, was ejected and killed.
Also, it is online to see her sister’s dead body, asking her to wake up, the paper reported. She said she killed her sister, and go to jail.”
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Sanchez’s blood-alcohol level was measured 0.106, nearly two hours after the crash, the Sun, the Star reported, citing court documents.
The guard has been approved by the state of Preservation of the Community Transitional Reentry Program, which has allowed serious violent offenders to serve their sentences in the community, having provided therapy services, a spokesperson told the newspaper.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.