Glasgow man pleads guilty in fatal crash
A Montana Tech student has pleaded guilty to several charges after a drunken driving rollover crash near Divide last year that killed a fellow student and seriously injured two others. A plea agreement recommends he serve five years in prison.
The Montana Standard reports 22-year-old Myles Kittleson of Glasgow pleaded guilty Tuesday to vehicular homicide while under the influence for the May 3, 2012, death of 21-year-old Spencer Lewis of Cut Bank.
Kittleson also pleaded guilty to three counts of negligent vehicular assault during a hearing in District Court in Dillon. Beaverhead County Attorney Jed Fitch says passenger Andrea Spicher of Kalispell still hasn't fully recovered from her head injuries while 24-year-old Calven Goza of Greeley, Colo., is a paraplegic. Another passenger suffered minor injuries.
Kittleson also suffered serious injuries.
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