Jeanne Skinner, 86, and Karen Musselman killed, two people injured, and driver Nicholas R. Perea, 20, charged in collision at 17th St. and Curtis Ave. in Idaho Falls, Idaho
Nicholas R. Perea, 20, of Canyon Lake, California, was booked into the Bonneville County Jail for reckless driving following the crash Saturday afternoon. Hours later he posted $300 bond and was released.
Oak Harbor resident Jeanne Skinner, 86, and her sister-in-law, Karen Musselman, of Idaho Falls were killed when the car they were riding in was struck by a speeding Mazda Miata at an intersection.
Perea pleaded guilty and was sentenced on both charges Friday. Gardner sentenced Perea to 365 days in jail with 305 days suspended, credited for two days served and two years probation for each charge.
Perea will spend a minimum of 118 days in county jail, and after completing that Perea will be placed on supervised probation for four years.