Jun 04, 2014 - FULL PAROLE FOR BRENDEN HOLUBOWICH [Grande Prairie Warriors]


Brenden Holubowich, convicted Feb.13, 2013 for dangerous driving causing the death of four Composite High students and injuring another, was granted full parole at a hearing held in Edmonton Wednesday.

Holubowich was sentenced to three-years jail time after pleading guilty to the charges in the wake of the crash that killed Matthew Deller, 16, Walter Borden-Wilkins, 15, Tanner Hildebrand, 15, Vincent Stover, 16, and critically injured Zach Judd, also 16 at the time, on Oct. 22, 2011.

Holubowich was driving up to 151 km/h seconds before he collided with the vehicle the Composite High Warrior football players were in on Highway 668 (Correction Line). The teens had turned into a driveway and were in the midst of a U-turn when they were hit by Holubowich’s truck.

After serving about seven months of a three-year jail sentence he was granted day parole in October 2013 and deemed unlikely to re-offend.

His term of day parole will end on June 15 at which time he will serve out the rest of his sentence, unless he reoffends, on full parole.

He is required to abstain from alcohol and to follow a treatment plan set out for him.

Source: Daily Herald


 

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