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Dan Satterberg


Sentencing in Auburn Vehicular Homicide

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Sentencing in Auburn Vehicular Homicide: Tony Goodnow, 22, was sentenced this afternoon to 8 ½ years in prison for a collision that caused the death of his girlfriend’s five-year-old son Stacey-Izacc Holmes in Auburn last December. The defendant pled guilty in June to Vehicular Homicide (DUI). Goodnow was under the influence of alcohol when he lost control of his vehicle at a high rate of speed and slammed into a tree. The victim’s 9-year-old sister was also a passenger in the car. Prosecutors recommended a total sentence of 8 ½ years. The sentence included two 12-month sentencing enhancements because the case involved a vehicular homicide with child passengers under the age of sixteen in the defendant's vehicle. Today’s sentencing was before Judge Andrea Darvas at the Maleng Regional Justice Center. The case was handled by Senior DPA Amy Freedheim.

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