A woman accused of driving under the influence of meth when her car crashed and killed an Arvin High School teacher, was sentenced in court this morning.
Kylie Sluder, 26, was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading no contest to driving under the influence of drugs and gross vehicular manslaughter charges.
The crash happened last December. Sluder was driving her car east on Bear Mountain Blvd when it drifted into the westbound lanes and collided head-on with Arvin High School chemistry teacher Scott Demunnik.
Demunnik died on scene.
According to police records, California Highway Patrol found meth pipes, foil paper used for smoking meth and a loaded handgun inside the stolen car the driver Sluder was driving.