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10 years for Fort Dodge vehicular homicide suspect

A man who pleaded guilty to charges involving a motorcycle accident that killed a rider was sentenced on Friday, March 1, to serve 10 years in prison.

20-year-old Jacob Glesne of Fort Dodge was sentenced by Judge William Ostlund after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide. The two-motorcycle accident took place on Calhoun County Road on June 9, 2012 when Glesne hit another motorcycle driven by 19-year-old Jonathon Spencer, according to reports. The two motorcyclists were both throw from their motorcycles, causing Spencer to be killed.

Glesne apologized to the family of Spencer, which was a good start for the healing process for both parties, according to the sentencing judge.

At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C., our legal team knows how difficult it is to lose a loved one, particularly when it’s the result of a sudden accident. We send our condolences to all those affected by this accident.