FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- A man who was driving 106 mph when he hit another vehicle and killed another man in January was sentenced Friday.
Donald Stump was sentenced to eight years in prison and four years of probation following a plea deal. He pleaded guilty to multiple charges including Reckless Homicide and Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Causing Death.
Stump was drunk when he drove a stolen car from New Haven, with no headlights on, and hit the back of a truck driven by 69-year-old Cornelius Key Jr., killing Key.
Stump was hospitalized for a short time before he was arrested.
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