Santa Rosa woman pleads guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter

Posted By Thomas V. Wallin || 19-May-2010

Last September Kathy O'Daniel a mother of five was killed in a car accident allegedly caused by Judy Shafer.  O'Daniel's was driving her 15-year-old daughter home from volleyball practice when they were struck by Shafer's Jeep.  Shafer was found to be driving with a blood alcohol level of .19%.  Shafer will serve a 13 year state prison sentence for her involvement in the crash.

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