WESTVILLE, Ind. (AP) - A newspaper reports that a truck driver
convicted in a 2006 crash that killed four Taylor University students and a staff member is expected to be released from prison today.
The News-Times of Hartford City reports Robert F. Spencer of Canton Township near Detroit is being released about a year after his sentencing on charges of reckless homicide and criminal recklessness. The case drew national attention when it was learned a coroner had misidentified one of the students killed as one of five others who survived.
The daughters of Taylor employee Monica Felver, who died in the
crash, say it's too soon for Spencer to be released.
Investigators say Spencer had fallen asleep at the wheel after
he had driven at least nine hours more than allowed under federal
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