Maximum sentence handed down in deadly DWI crash
Jacob Maurice Williams, 27, is sentenced to 17 years for his second deadly DWI crash. His first was in 2008 when he was convicted and got 6 years. A surviving victim lost the use of her legs. This time, January 2014 when he crashed into a motorcycle driven by Daniel Sanchez, killing the driver and injuring his daughter, 11.
Run time: 2:06
Source channel: KOAT
Call letters: KOAT
Channel number: 7
City of license: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Network: ABC
Tags: {27-year-old driver}{fatal}{motorcycle}{personal injury}{repeat killer}{repeat offender}{1 prior}{New Mexico}
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