MISSOULA — A woman who crashed her SUV in western Montana, killing her boyfriend, has pleaded guilty to felony vehicular homicide.
The Missoulian reports 19-year-old Trai Ann Dewey pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Feb. 10 death of 20-year-old Joseph Bremner. A deal with prosecutors calls for 30 years in prison with 25 years suspended.
Investigators say Dewey's SUV hit another vehicle when she swerved into oncoming traffic on U.S. Highway 93 near Missoula. She later told a Montana Highway Patrol trooper that she and her boyfriend had been smoking marijuana before they left Missoula to drive to Polson.
Marijuana, a broken bottle of malt liquor and psilocybin mushrooms were found in the SUV.