Five Years for a Montana Woman for purposely Running A Man Down
A Montana woman who ran over a man with a truck, breaking bones in both of his legs, has been sentenced to five years in prison. The man's bones in both of his legs, were broken.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle said April Todd was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to criminal endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident. Todd and the victim were going to drive to Bozeman, when they got into an argument over the phone about the plan. He said Todd was driving his truck and the two stopped and as he got out of his car, Todd accelerating and hit the him.
Todd was booked into the Gallatin County jail and awaits placement by the Department of Corrections.
(The Associated Press contributed to this story and they also used Information from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle)