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An Indiana woman was sentenced to prison on Wednesday, after killing her brothers and sisters, when they tried to board a school bus a year ago, and the kids ‘ grief-stricken mother and lunged at the woman in the court of law.
Alyssa Shepherd, 25, was sentenced to four years in prison, three years of house arrest and three years ‘ probation, after she killed the children, Xzavier, and Mason Ingle, a 6-year-old twins, and Alivia Stahl, and their 9-year-old sister on Oct. December 31, 2018.
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As the children were crossing the road on state Road 25, a two-lane highway, in the Hotel, board the bus, the school, and the Shepherd ploughed into them.
Alyssa Shepherd, 25, was sentenced to four years in prison Wednesday for the deaths of the twins Xzavier and Mason Ingle, (6), and their sister, Alivia Stahl, may 9, 2018.
She told the court earlier this year, she remembered seeing the flashing lights of a large vehicle, but did not know that the vehicle was a bus and not the red ‘stop’ sign at the side of the bus. The shepherd with the same claims, when she was arrested. She said that she was very angry, and then, in disbelief, and that they did not see the children until they’re right in front of her.
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In addition to the three deaths, within easy reach of Lowe, 11, was left in a critical condition. Since the accident, he has undergone more than 20 surgeries.
Shepherd, plowed into the children in her truck, after she claimed that she did not have to see them while they were crossing the road on state Road 25, Indiana, on board the school bus.
(Indiana State Police)
Fulton County Attorney Michael Marrs, said of the bus that had been in place for 50 years, and no children had been killed before. Marrs is also the testimony of the driver behind, and the Shepherd, who said that she was able to tell the advance, there was a school bus with its warning lights on and stop arm extended.
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In the Fulton County courtroom on Wednesday, a Shepherd, was convicted of her driver’s license suspended for up to 10 years of age. The children’s mother, Brittany Ingle and turned in the direction of the Herdsman, during the trial and was escorted, in handcuffs, then charged with misdemeanor battery.
The families of the victims said they were disappointed in the ruling, adding that the Shepherd should receive the maximum sentence, which was, from 21.5 years in prison. He has two children of her own, apologized to the court and said that her “heart is breaking for the families who are feeling the loss.”
“When people are driving, they are going to go to jail, to prison, to a certain extent, this is being done in this matter,” Marrs said Wednesday, according to WSBT. “But, you know, people need to understand that you can’t just drive it to where you want to be. You have to be responsible. There are laws against reckless behavior, and if you’re not going to make it to the track, you’re going to have to be punished.”
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The Indiana Legislature increased penalties for drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses after a crash.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.