By , Mount Vernon News
May 22, 2010, 7:47 am

MOUNT VERNON — A Marengo man was sentenced to four years in prison for the death of Connie Fyffe after being convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide in Knox County Common Pleas Court on Friday.

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2 Responses to “Man gets four years for motorcycle death”

  1. Miriam St. Jean

    Moore had an excellent defense attorney – Moore accepted a plea bargain. Moore voluntarily pled guilty. Moore made his own choices in this matter.

    Moore got one heck of a plea deal, and was looking at more time than he received.

    Blaming the victim, who is deceased, is kind of ugly, given that they can’t defend themselves. In my opinion, anyway.

  2. wd

    I have a very strong point on this man getting charged i can see him gettting punished for drinking but it was her choice to get on that bike that night am sure he did not make her…. They need to change some laws in ohio how is it fair for him to get prison for killing someone who willling got on the back of his bike knowing that he had been drinking???? I can see losing his driving rights and maybe some type of probation for the drinking…. The one thing they never look at is that person had a choice to get on the back of that bike or into the car with someone drinking they could of stood up said NO am not going with you and called a cab, friend or family member to come and get them no one can make you do what you dont want to do… I guess you need to stand back and look at the all the points… things go both ways and yes i have lost family members due to other drivers but they didnt get nothing like this man got. Am very sorry for the family loss and hope that god will guide everyone involed down the right path in life we all make mistakes and things can never change that……..