Crash conviction and sentence

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Crash conviction and sentence
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By Leslie Golden | lgolden@alextimes.com

Carlos McKethan, the Fairfax County man who was involved in a high speed, multi-car crash in Alexandria in 2022, was sentenced to 10 years in prison last week. In Alexandria Circuit Court on April 27, McKethan pled guilty to aggravated involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influence and was sentenced shortly thereafter.

On the evening of Feb. 22 2022, McKethan was driving at approximately 110 miles per hour when he collided with a vehicle near Duke Street and N. Quaker Lane. The driver of the vehicle, Bizuayehu Bulti of Fairfax County, died as a result of the crash.

The drug PCP was found in McKethan’s system shortly following the accident.

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