Sentence Suspended In Cheyenne Vehicular Homicide Case
A Cheyenne man convicted of killing his son-in-law in a drunken-driving crash has been given a suspended sentence and probation.
The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that 47-year-old, Robert Curran received a suspended four- to six-year prison term and five years of supervised probation in a sentencing hearing Friday.
Laramie County District Judge, Thomas Campbell, said Curran was not a danger to the community.
During Curran's trial, the state argued that Curran drove the 1999 Ford Ranger he and 28-year-old, Daniel P. Soran II, were in when it went off Interstate 25 in Cheyenne in February. Soran was ejected and died of his injuries.
Curran was convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.