Woman given deferred sentence for deadly crash

MISSOULA — A woman receives a six-year deferred sentence for being behind the wheel in a collision that killed her boyfriend.

Trai Dewey had reportedly admitted to smoking marijuana before the T-bone crash that killed Joseph Bremner earlier this year.

Dewey had previously agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors on a vehicular homicide charge that would’ve sent her to prison for 30 years with 25 suspended but a Missoula judge lowered that to a six-year deferred sentence during a court appearance yesterday. TheĀ  judge believed the proposed sentence was “ridiculous” for a first offense.

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