18 years to life in prison for New York driver convicted of second-degree murder, assault and reckless endangerment
In 2014, a motorist plowed into a crowd in NYC, killing one person and severely injuring another. He was convicted at a Bench Trial in March. Yesterday he was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison. Almost two years ago, 22 year old Kevin Weekes tried to crash a baby shower in Queens. He was thrown out and became furious. He got into a fight and was stabbed. He then got back into his car, made a U-turn and drove into a group of people standing outside the shower party. He fatally struck 20 year old Kevin Lewis, who was dragged under the car for half a block and seriously injured 21 year old Antoinette Green.