MILFORD, Conn. — Fired city police Officer Jason Anderson, who was convicted in the deaths of two Orange teens, faces a possibly lengthy period of incarceration at his sentencing this morning.
Anderson, 37, stood trial in November on two counts of second-degree manslaughter, but was found guilty of a lesser charge: misconduct with a motor vehicle. He was also convicted of reckless driving.
Anderson faces a maximum 10-year prison sentence. He will be sentenced 10 a.m. at Superior Court.
Anderson was traveling 94 mph at 2:15 a.m. June 13, 2009, on the Boston Post Road in Orange when his cruiser hit and killed driver David Servin and passenger Ashlie Krakowski, both 19.
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