An Alhambra man was sentenced Monday to fifteen years to life in jail for driving drunk, whereas on probation for DUI, and triggering a crash on the Foothill (210) Freeway in Claremont that killed a 27-yr-previous Las Vegas man.
Ryan Munoz, forty, was convicted of second-diploma homicide Sept. 30 for the June 28, 2014, collision that killed Gevork Krpikyan.
Munoz was prosecuted for homicide as a result of he had been warned about driving drunk when placed on probation for a 2012 DUI conviction.
He was westbound on the freeway when his truck rear-ended a Dodge pickup, forcing the car onto a raised dust embankment the place it rolled over, based on the California Freeway Patrol.
Krpikyan was thrown from the Dodge, during which he was a passenger. The car’s driver was handled for head cuts and bruises.
Munoz took off, however was taken into custody after a witness noticed his car in a driveway close to the accident scene and referred to as authorities.
Proof introduced at trial confirmed that Munoz’s blood-alcohol content material was at the very least zero.20 % — 2 1/2 occasions the authorized restrict — on the time of the crash.
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