Man gets license suspended in motorcycle fatal
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- A 28-year-old Caldwell man who pleaded guilty to involuntary vehicular manslaughter for his role in a crash that killed a man riding a motorcycle has been sentenced to 30 days in jail, two years on probation and faces driver's license restrictions for the next four years.
The Idaho Statesman reports Tyler James Campbell was sentenced Thursday for an August crash in Eagle that killed 64-year-old Arthur Peter Zottarelli.
Ada County sheriff's deputies say a truck driven by Campbell turned left to pull into a gas station on the morning of Aug. 27 and collided with Zottarelli's motorcycle.
Campbell's attorney says his client's driving will be restricted for four years, but he will be able to drive to work.