Teen sentenced for deadly crash

October 30, 2008 2:04:51 PM PDT
A Baytown teenager is sentenced to eight years for a crash that killed four people, including his younger brother.Bobby Davis, 16, pleaded no contest to four counts of manslaughter. Today a judge sentenced him to eight years in juvenile custody.

Davis was behind the wheel of a stolen SUV that crashed into a train in June 2007. Davis' 14-year-old brother was killed, along with three of their friends. Davis was originally charged with four counts of felony murder.

When he turns 18, he'll either be transferred to a state prison or be put on parole. He faced up to 20 years in custody.

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