A West Union man charged with vehicular homicide in the death of a Strawberry Point woman is sentenced to 15 years in prison. 19-year-old Jeremy Otto pleaded guilty to the charges in Fayette County in March & was sentenced Monday. Otto was charged with driving drunk when he ran a stop sign last May near Arlington and hit the car driven by Elvin Bachman. That man’s wife, 67-year-old Patricia Bachman, was killed. Otto was ordered to pay 150-thousand dollars to Bachman’s estate.
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