Crowley Man Convicted Of Vehicular Homicide Faces Sentencing Monday
CROWLEY, La. (KPEL) -- A Crowley man convicted on charges of vehicular homicide will face sentencing on Monday.
Tyson Dupuis faces between five and 30 years in prison, according to KATC TV-3.
Authorities said Dupuis was drunk when he crashed into a car driven by 18-year-old Michelle Romero in August of 2011. Romero was severely injured and died just a couple days after the accident.
The drunk driving charge was Dupuis' second, according to police.