DONALDSONVILLE, LA (WAFB) - A judge ruled Thursday that a man who pleaded guilty to a charge in connection with a deadly crash 20 years ago must serve two years of home incarceration.
Stanley White, 39, of Donaldsonville, pleaded guilty in a 1994 crash that left an infant dead and was sentenced to two years in prison. However, a clerical error meant he never served jail time.
In May 2013, a judge, instead, gave White two years of probation. An appeals court then reversed that ruling and ordered Thursday's hearing. The length of his probation has not yet been determined.
According to investigators, White was arrested after running into the back of a car that Rachael Deville was driving. Her 10-week-old daughter, Brittney, was killed in the crash.
White pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in 1995.