Tampa, FL (AP) - A Hillsborough County man has pleaded guilty
to two counts of DUI manslaughter for killing two women during a
string of drunken driving crashes in Tampa.
With Monday's open plea, 40-year-old Randy Archiquette could
face life in prison at his Feb. 11 sentencing.
Authorities say Archiquette caused a total of five crashes
within 30 minutes in April 2009. He stopped only after flipping his
sport utility vehicle.
Killed is separate crashes were 69-year-old Betty Williams and
20-year-old Brittany McFarland.
Tests recorded his blood alcohol level after the crashes to by
0.147 percent. Florida law considers a driver impaired at 0.08
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