Raymond Lévèsque, 60, already had seven drunk-driving convictions under his belt when the car he was driving struck and killed 23-year-old Karine Méthot outside her parents' home in Pointe aux Trembles. Photograph by: Courtesy Montreal police, The Gazette
From The Montreal Gazette:
MONTREAL – Raymond Lévèsque had more than twice the legal limit of alcohol in his blood and seven drunk-driving convictions under his belt when he killed 23-year-old Karine Méthot as she was about to get into a car parked outside her parents’ home in Pointe aux Trembles.
On Monday, a Quebec Court judge sentenced the 60-year-old to 10 years in jail, but once credited with time already served, Lévèsque has only 5 1⁄2 years left in his sentence.
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