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Alcohol Control Group Head Kills 2 in Crash

Associated Press

The founder of a national organization that promotes moderate drinking for problem drinkers pleaded guilty Thursday to driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed two people.

Audrey Kishline, 43, wept as she pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular homicide in the deaths of Richard Davis and his 12-year-old daughter, LaShell. Police said Kishline was driving the wrong way down Interstate 90 on March 25 when she smashed head-on into Davis’ car.


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