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Baraboo man gets six years in jail for fatal Jeep-motorcycle accident

Baraboo, Wisconsin resident Kevin Vaness was sentenced to six years of imprisonment in a Sauk County court last Monday, February 22, for causing a June 2013 drunk driving accident that resulted in one of his friends dying and another individual sustaining serious injuries.

According to police investigators and court records, Vaness had been driving a Jeep when he rear-ended a motorcycle that was operated by his friend Benjamin Brooks, causing the motorcycle to push into an intersection and Brooks and his passenger, Tory Frenzel, to be ejected from the bike. The Jeep did not stop and crashed into a retaining wall. Tragically, Brooks passed away from injuries he sustained in the crash.

According to the district attorney assigned to the case, the three men involved in the accident had been bar hopping before the fatal collision occurred.

 

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