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Woman Sentenced to 16 Years in Prison for Deaths in Oregon Drunk Driving Accident
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

An Oregon woman, Fivea Sharapoff, was recently sentenced to 16 years and eight months in prison after being convicted of killing two Eugene, Oregon women in a car crash. Sharapoff had been driving under the influence of alcohol (three times the legal limit) in the wrong direction on Interstate 5 when she struck a vehicle that carried the women. Another female passenger in the car was injured.

The conviction for first degree manslaughter and second degree assault falls under Oregon’s Measure 11, which means there will be no early release.

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One Response to “Woman Sentenced to 16 Years in Prison for Deaths in Oregon Drunk Driving Accident”

  1. gwenstefni says:

    The Oregon State Police announced last week that, as of Monday August 25, 2008, they had made 96 DUI arrests in support of the nationwide crackdown, and will continue increased drunk driving patrols over the Labor Day weekend through midnight September 1st. In particular, OSP joins the Washington State Patrol and California Highway Patrol to increase focus on Interstate 5 from border to border in each state. As Captain Gregg described the effort, “expect to see more OSP troopers, sheriff deputies and city police officers out there to help get more impaired drivers off our roadways before they ruin your trip.”

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