A St. Landry Parish man has been convicted on five counts of vehicular homicide in connection with a fatal collision in 2011, according to Louisiana news reports. The collision, which occurred on Interstate 10 West on March 13, 2011, left two women and three children dead. It took less than 90 minutes for jurors to hand down a guilty verdict in the car accident case.
Authorities say that the 32-year-old driver could spend up to 30 years in prison for each count of vehicular homicide. It appears that this driver was engaged in a game of "cat and mouse" with a 25-year-old driver when the accident occurred. That other driver has already served her time in prison, and she will remain on probation for five more years.