Man in drunk driving crash that killed high school student sentenced to 3 years in prison

TALLMADGE, Ohio -- A Tallmadge man was sentenced to three years in prison Friday for a drunk driving crash that killed an Ellet High School student in March of 2016.

Charles Queer, 64, entered a no contest plea in the case back in June. He also must pay fines of more than $15,000.

Prosecutors say he ran into the back of 17-year-old Patricia Powell's disabled car on the side of Interstate 76, killing her.

He faced a maximum of eight years in prison.

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