Year-long split sentence given for manslaughter by vehicle
November 28, 2019
After an emotional hearing in the courtroom on Wednesday, Lesley Raber has been sentenced to one year in jail with six months of that time suspended for the misdemeanor crime of homicide by vehicle.
Judge Thomas Rumpke heard testimony from both sides, including evidence of Raber’s good behavior while out on bond and impact statements from the family of Nancy Robison, the motorcyclist who was killed when Raber pulled out in front of her at an intersection on Highway 212 last August.
Deputy County Attorney Linda Black, for the prosecution, brought forth testimony and evidence to suggest pr...