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Leominster Man to Serve 7-8 Years in Prison for Manslaughter

Saturday, February 17, 2018

 

Dwayne Blackman, 37, of Leominster will serve seven to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter by a motor vehicle on Friday in Worcester Superior Court, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr.

The Incident

Blackman was identified as the driver of a car that was driving up to 80 miles per hour eastbound in the westbound lane of the Massachusetts Turnpike between Sturbridge and Auburn on July 21 of 2013.

The car struck another car and a minivan, killing the driver of the minivan and injuring two people in the car.

Blackmon sustained serious injuries.

Other Charges Dismissed

Blackman faced charges of operating under the influence of alcohol, motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation, operating to endanger, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failing to stop for police.

Those charges were dismissed.

 

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