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March 30: 

Sentencing in Auburn Vehicular Homicide: A sentencing hearing will be held on March 31 for a 40-year-old man who was convicted earlier this month for a collision that killed four passengers in the car he was driving in Auburn on October 25, 2014. A fifth passenger was seriously injured. The jury convicted Nicholas Windsor Anderson as charged on four counts of Vehicular Homicide (DUI), and one count each of Vehicular Assault (DUI) and Reckless Driving. The defendant was under the influence of alcohol and driving at a high rate of speed on Auburn Way South when the car he was driving went off the roadway and into a ditch before slamming into a tree and three utility boxes. Anderson’s sentence range is 258 to 328 months in prison, which includes sentencing enhancements. Prosecutors will be requesting an exceptional sentence of 460 months. Tomorrow’s sentencing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. before Judge Cheryl Carey in courtroom 3F of the Maleng Regional Justice Center. The case is being handled by Senior Deputy Prosecutor Amy Freedheim and Deputy Prosecutor Susan Harrison and paralegal Linsdey Thomas.

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