Carl Crabtree sentenced to 20 years each on two intoxicated manslaughter charges, 10 years for assault

Carl Crabtree

(KYTX) - Carl Crabtree pleaded guilty in court on Monday for the fatal Flint wreck that killed a Brook Hill School employee and student in March. He was charged with two counts of intoxicated manslaughter and one count of intoxicated assault.

Crabtree will serve 20 years for each count of intoxication manslaughter and 10 years for intoxication assault, to be served concurrently.

According to a report released by the Texas Department of Public Safety, Crabtree had an alcohol level of 1.6, double the legal limit, after the March 4 wreck on FM 2493.

The report indicates Crabtree traveled in the opposite lane and struck a car driven by Dana Regester. She was pronounced dead at the scene, and a passenger in her vehicle, Pasha Zapolsky, died a short time later at a local hospital.

 

 

 

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