Former Stone County deputy gets 120 days after killing pedestrian in hit-and-run | Springfield News-Leader

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A former Stone County deputy was sentenced Friday to 120 days in jail after he admitted to fatally striking a pedestrian with his car and then fleeing the scene.

Shawn Bouley, 41, was given the "shock time" and probation in connection with a Jan. 22, 2017 crash that killed 45-year-old Bradley Bizzle. . . .

According to a probable cause statement in the case, Bouley told investigators he was "drunk" or "buzzed" and was aware that he had hit something — possibly a person — as he drove his 1995 Cadillac Seville north on National Avenue past Cherry Street, but he didn't stop because he was "scared."

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