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Coleman Pleads Guilty In Deadly Casper Crash

 

A Casper man charged in a deadly crash has changed his plea, and now faces up to 13 years in prison.  At a Natrona County District Court Hearing Tuesday, Scott Coleman entered a guilty plea to a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide.

 

He was arrested after crashing his vehicle into the Goodstein building last May, killing Jeremy Webb.  Prior to the crash, investigators say Coleman led officers on a high speed chase, and was under the influence of marijuana at the time.

 

As part of a plea deal, several other charges were dropped, and prosecutors say they would seek a prison sentence of no more than 10-to-13 years.  Coleman will be sentenced at a later date.

 

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