Scott Coleman Sentenced For Vehicular Homicide
A Casper man is heading to prison for his role in a deadly crash.
Scott Coleman will spend the next ten to thirteen years in prison, after pleading guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide and property destruction.
In May of 2011, prosecutors say Coleman led police on a high speed chase which ended when he crashed his vehicle into the Goodstein Building in downtown Casper, killing Jeremy Webb in the process.
Investigators say at the time, Coleman was under the influence of marijuana.
Coleman was also sentenced to two to four years for the damage he caused to the Goodstein Building.
Both sentences will be served concurrently.