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Jeremy W. Arata (mug shot GCSO)

A Springfield man has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter for a 2007 drunk driving crash that killed an elderly man.

After three hours of deliberation a Greene County jury found twenty three year-old Jeremy W. Arata, 23, guilty today of slamming his car into seventy eight year-old Paul Fain's vehicle as he pulled away from a stop sign at Weller and Dale on November 15, 2007.
Fain was killed in the car crash (courtesy of KOLR/KSFX)
Court records say Arata's vehicle had at times reached speeds of 60 m.ph. in the residential area before the crash and the man's blood alcohol level was .146% - .08% is the legal limit in Missouri.
Arata, who already has a drunk driving conviction and is on probation for leaving the scene of an accident, faces between five to fifteen years behind bars when he is sentenced on August 5th.


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