A West Sacramento woman has pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter charges in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash last Halloween.
Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig said Jennifer Moran agreed to serve nine years in state prison.
Moran was drinking at three separate restaurants with a friend before she drove a friend home. Less than a mile before reaching her own home, she drove off the roadway and hit two teenage girls.
After hitting the girls, she fled the scene and abandoned the truck.
Jessica Fraire, 17, died of her injuries a few days later. Rosa Zaragoza, 19, was seriously injured.
Police said that after interviews with Moran, her friend and waitresses at several restaurants, they determined that she was legally drunk at the time of the crash.
Moran will be formally sentenced on Sept. 25. Fraire's mother will make a statement to the court and to Moran during the sentencing.
Fraire had been scheduled to graduate from River City High School last spring. Her mother accepted her diploma on her behalf.
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