Wichita Man Gets 14-Year Sentence For Fatal Crash

Posted 3 years ago

By News Staff

WICHITA (AP) – A Wichita man was sentenced to more than 14 years in prison for causing a fatal car accident while fleeing from police.

The Wichita Eagle reports 30-year-old Greg Berry was sentenced Thursday for the November 2004 crash that killed 55-year-old Vicki Brown of Haysville.

Prosecutors say Berry was fleeing from a Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputy when he caused the wreck at a Wichita intersection.

Berry was convicted of first-degree murder in August 2005. But the Kansas Supreme Court overturned the conviction, saying the jury should been able to consider lesser charges. He was convicted in August of second-degree murder, possession of cocaine and unlawful possession of a firearm.

One Response to “Wichita Man Gets 14-Year Sentence For Fatal Crash”

  1. stopwasting mymoney says:

    If he was a Teacher or Dr he would have gotten some community service. And maybe probation. Oh but he wasn’t drunk like them when he was driving. Thanks Nola guess this one didn’t have enough money to hire your law firm to represent him.

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