Man Receives Deferred Sentence In Fatal Tulsa Crash
TULSA, Oklahoma - A man charged in a deadly crash that killed a husband and wife near 41st and Yale will be released from jail Tuesday and will be deported.
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Prosecutors initially charged Juan Joaquin with two counts of first-degree manslaughter for the September 2018 crash that killed David and Kelli Fullerton. But as part of a deal, Joaquin pleaded guilty to two counts of negligent homicide and received a two-year deferred sentence.
The judge called the situation "tragic” and “bad accident."