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United States of America v. Ethan Barlow
District of Arizona Federal Courthouse - Phoenix, Arizona
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Case Number: CR-17-8318-PCT-DGC
Judge: David G. Campbell
Court: United States District Court for the District of Arizona (Maricopa County)
Plaintiff's Attorney: Sharon K. Sexton
Defendant's Attorney: Zachary Cain - FPD
Description: Phoenix, AZ - Kayenta Man Sentenced to 46 Months in Federal Prison for Involuntary Manslaughter Related to Drunk Driving
On Aug. 8, 2018, Ethan Barlow, 27, of Kayenta, Ariz., and a member of the Navajo Nation, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge David G. Campbell to 46 months in prison, followed by 3 years of supervised release. Barlow had previously pleaded guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter.
The case involved Barlow driving his vehicle with a BAC level of over .134 (three hours post-crash). Barlow admitted that he had been drinking rum and smoking marijuana. As a result, Barlow caused his vehicle to roll over and crash, killing his sole passenger. The crash occurred within the Navajo Reservation.
The investigation in this case was conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Navajo Nation Department of Law Enforcement, and the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
18:1153 and 1112 - Involuntary Manslaughter
Outcome: 08/08/2018 27 MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Judge David G Campbell: Sentencing as to Ethan Jacob Barlow held on 8/8/2018. ORDERED denying 24 Motion for Departure as to Ethan Jacob Barlow (1). Sentence imposed. Judgment to issue.
Appearances: AUSA Sharon Sexton for the Government, AFPD Zachary Cain for defendant. Defendant is present and in custody (restraint level 0). (Court Reporter Patricia Lyons.) Hearing held 1:58 PM to 2:10 PM. This is a TEXT ENTRY ONLY. There is no PDF document associated with this entry. (TCA) (Entered: 08/08/2018)
Defendant was sentenced to 46 moths in prison, followed by 3 years of supervised release.