Drunken driver convicted in Sealy's death sentenced to eight years
MINNEAPOLIS -- The drunken driver convicted in the 2000 death of Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Malik Sealy was sentenced Thursday to another eight years in prison on a separate drunken driving charge and a probation violation.
Souksangouane Phengsene of Minneapolis was charged with first-degree driving while impaired. He surprised prosecutors by pleading guilty at a hearing that was just supposed to be an arraignment, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said.
Phengsene admitted ...
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