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Man Convicted In 2004 Crash Accused of DUI Again

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — A man convicted over a fatal drunken-driving crash in Wyoming in 2004 has been arrested in a suspected drunken-driving case in Colorado.

The Coloradoan reports (http://noconow.co/znnH94 ) police in Evans, Colo., arrested 52-year-old Ron Holland of Greeley in November on suspicion of driving under the influence, menacing and violating parole.

Holland had been sentenced to seven to 12 years in the Wyoming prison system after a crash in Cheyenne in 2004 that killed Janna Klussmann and permanently disabled Andy Klussman. Andy Klussmann was the assistant volleyball coach for Colorado State University at the time.

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