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CrimeFlorida woman smiling in mugshot sentenced to 11 years in prison for fatal DUI crash

21:35  17 may  2019
21:35  17 may  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Florida woman smiling in mugshot sentenced to 11 years in prison for fatal DUI crash© Marion County Sheriff's Office/AP These photos provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office shows Angenette Welk, left, on May 10, 2018, following a car crash and DUI arrest and again on May 19, 2018, after facing a new charge and prison time after a crash victim died.

A Florida woman who smiled in her mugshot was sentenced to 11 years in prison Thursday following a fatal DUI crash last year.

Angenette Marie Welk pled no contest last month for when she drove with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit in Florida and crashed into another car at 73 mph on May 10, 2018, killing 60-year-old Sandra Clarkson, Ocala-News reported

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Welk, 45, was sentenced to 11 years in prison plus four years of probation, as reported by the Ocala-Star Banner. She also must write a letter every May — the anniversary month of the crash — detailing what she has learned from the events. Welk’s driver’s license will be permanently revoked once she is released from prison.

She told a Florida Highway Patrol trooper she dropped her phone while driving, and when she looked up, was about to collide with a car driven by 18-year old Shiyanne Kroll of Seattle, Ocala-News reported. Kroll’s mother, Clarkson, was sitting in the passenger seat.

After being struck by Welk’s car, Kroll and Clarkson’s vehicle was pushed part way underneath a horse trailer pulled by a semi-truck. Both the car driven by Kroll and the semi-truck were at a red light when Welk’s car made impact and caused the 3-car collision. Clarkson died four days later in the hospital from critical injuries following the crash.

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Kroll told the court when her mother died, Welk took “everything from me,” Ocala-Star Banner reported. She wanted Welk to serve 17 years in prison.

“I’d like to start by saying how terribly sorry I am for the tragic loss that you are suffering,” Welk sobbed as she addressed Clarkson’s family before sentencing, Ocla-News reported. “I hope and pray that one day you’ll find it in your heart to start to forgive me.”

Welk faced charges including DUI manslaughter and two counts of DUI with property damage, which she pled no contest to last month.

Following her arrest last year, Welk’s mugshot went viral because she was smiling in the picture.

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