08 Jan Man Driving While High on Meth Sentenced for Murdering his Passenger
In the News:
Darris Parker (DOB 11/21/87) is sentenced to 20 years in Prison for a 2016 crash that killed his passenger, Stacy Love.
On January 15, 2016 Parker drove the wrong way onto Highway 60 into the path of an oncoming semi; killing Love.
Investigators found Parker was high on methamphetamine and had both meth and marijuana with him in the vehicle.
Parker entered a guilty plea in Craig County court on Monday January 8, 2018 and the Judge sentenced him to 20 years in prison with five years suspended. Murder in the 2nd is an 85% crime. He must also register on the Methamphetamine Offender Registry.