MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two men have pleaded guilty in separate drunken driving crashes in Minneapolis that each resulted in a death.
Fifty-year-old John Iverson of Minneapolis pleaded guilty to criminal vehicular homicide for driving his van on Feb. 3 after drinking heavily at a bar and killing a bicyclist. Iverson was accused of running down Marcus Nalls, a 26-year-old bicycle commuter. Sentencing is set for Nov. 20.READ MORE: Next Weather: Slightly-Warmer Wednesday, Severe Storms Possible Thursday
In another case, 35-year-old Yia Her of St. Paul pleaded guilty to fleeing police and killing one person and injuring another.
A Minnesota trooper had pulled Her over in downtown Minneapolis in September 2013 when Her took off. Her collided with another car, killing the 20-year-old driver, Brody Sotona of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, and seriously injuring his passenger, Connor Macklin of Stillwater.READ MORE: VeeCon To Brings Thousands, Including Some Big Celebs, To Downtown Minneapolis
Her’s sentencing is Wednesday.
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