Robbin Leigh Verser, 56, charged with vehicular homicide, DUI after two-SUV crash that killed Ashley Nicole Bradberry, 24, in Commerce City, Colorado

Modified Date: 
Fri, 05/01/2015 - 6:19am
Accident Date: 
Friday, November 21, 2014

Denver woman charged with DUI in fatal Commerce City wreck

The crash closed lanes in the area for several hours.

Woman charged in fatal Commerce City DUI crash

Robbin Leigh Verser is accused of causing the head-on crash that killed Ashley Bradberry at 60th Avenue and Vasquez Boulevard on Nov. 21.

Bond set at $20,000 for Commerce City fatal crash suspect Robbin Verser

Robbin Verser's bond was set at $20,000, with the stipulation that she is not allowed to drive if she posts bond. Verser, 56, faces investigation on the charges of vehicular homicide, reckless driving, DUI and driving without insurance.

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The sentencing range under the vehicular homicide DUI plea was four to 12 years. The judge sentenced Verser to the higher end — nine years with a mandatory five years parole.

Woman involved in fatal Commerce City crash gets 9 years

The Adams County District Attorney's Office says 57-year-old Robbin Leigh Verser was sentenced Thursday for the Nov. 21 crash that killed 24-year-old Ashley Nicole Bradberry.
Ashley Nicole Bradberry was killed in the crash. Robbin Leigh Verser, 56, of Denver was driving  her SUV at 4:30 a.m. on Friday near the intersection of Vasquez Boulevard and 60th Avenue when she ran a red light and crashed into anothe SUV driven by Ashley Nicole Bradberry, 24. Bradberry was killed. Verser was seriously injured in the crash and was taken to Denver Health Medical Center for treatment, and she is facing charges of vehicular homicide, DUI, and reckless driving. 
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Robbin Leigh Verser
Ashley Nicole Bradberry
Denver, CO

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