The driver who struck and killed a Jeffco motorcycle deputy in January has been sentenced to six years in community corrections.
Kenneth Hosch, 83, had pleaded guilty June 9 to vehicular homicide in the death of sheriff’s Sgt. David Baldwin. The community corrections sentence means Hosch avoids jail time and will be able to arrange day trips out of the facility.
Hosch has been talking with seniors about the hazards that can be involved with senior drivers, and the sentence will allow him to continue that work.
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