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"A drunk driver who pleaded guilty to running down and killing a tow truck driver and then speeding away was sentenced Wednesday to the maximum 48 years in prison.
Zachariah Dobler, 28, pleaded guilty in March to vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of the accident, both felonies, as part of a plea agreement.
Even though Dobler admits to being remorseful, friends and family of the victim say Dobler has had one too many chances.
Dobler was out on bond on the night that Alan Eugene Dilley was killed and has had three previous offenses for driving under the influence. On that night, Dobler stole his parent's brand new Nissan Rogue because his own car had an interlock device, preventing him from driving while intoxicated.
"I've come to the conclusion that he's had too many second chances. I've come to the conclusion that he's had too many slaps on the hand. It's time to send a clear message, not only to this defendant but to our community that this type of thing has got to stop and that the penalties are going to be severe if you don't, if you repeat, if you repeatedly drink and drive," said Dilley's girlfriend, Claire Howard-Stephens, during the sentencing hearing ."
Drunk Driver Sentenced For Tow Truck Driver's Death