Courts & Law

Suspended sentence in fatal crash

A STANTON woman received a suspended two-year prison sentence in connection with a 2017 DUI crash (Shutterstock).

A two-year suspended prison sentence was handed down to a Stanton woman on Wednesday after she pleaded guilty to a felony charge of gross vehicular manslaughter in a 2017 incident in Orange.

According to officials, Aliza Kelley Giglio, now 26, was driving a car that rear-ended another vehicle at a red light on Santiago Canyon Road on Aug 6, 2017. The victim, 81-year-old Clark Adams, was fatally injured in the crash.

Prosecutors alleged that Giglio was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the incident.

Under the terms of the sentence, she must surrender her driver’s license permanently and continue in the mental health program she’s been in for two years for another two years while on probation. She faces reinstatement of the suspended sentence if she violates her conditions of probation.


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