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Year in jail, $2,000 fine possible for defendant in death of child

Jun 14, 2015 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

A 77-year-old Riverton woman is facing up to one year in jail and a $2,000 fine after the State of Wyoming filed one charge of vehicular homicide against her ...


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Fremont County Attorney Patrick LeBrun, left, watched as undersheriff Ryan Lee escorted Sandra Pennock out of the courtroom after her initial appearance Friday before Judge Wesley Roberts in Riverton Circuit Court. Pennock is being charged with vehicular homicide for the May 22 accident that killed 7-year-old Sophia Archer. Photo by Tibby McDowell

Fremont County Attorney Patrick LeBrun, left, watched as undersheriff Ryan Lee escorted Sandra Pennock out of the courtroom after her initial appearance Friday before Judge Wesley Roberts in Riverton Circuit Court. Pennock is being charged with vehicular homicide for the May 22 accident that killed 7-year-old Sophia Archer. Photo by Tibby McDowell


Fremont County Attorney Patrick LeBrun, left, watched as undersheriff Ryan Lee escorted Sandra Pennock out of the courtroom after her initial appearance Friday before Judge Wesley Roberts in Riverton Circuit Court. Pennock is being charged with vehicular homicide for the May 22 accident that killed 7-year-old Sophia Archer. Photo by Tibby McDowell

Fremont County Attorney Patrick LeBrun, left, watched as undersheriff Ryan Lee escorted Sandra Pennock out of the courtroom after her initial appearance Friday before Judge Wesley Roberts in Riverton Circuit Court. Pennock is being charged with vehicular homicide for the May 22 accident that killed 7-year-old Sophia Archer. Photo by Tibby McDowell

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