A Wichita man who pleaded guilty in a head-on crash that killed a college student is going to prison for more than 18 years.


      A Wichita man who pleaded guilty in a head-on crash that killed a college student is going to prison for more than 18 years.
KAKE-TV reports 37-year-old Tommie Cameron received the maximum sentence Wednesday in Sedgwick County District Court.
Police said Cameron was driving under the influence on July 25, 2010, when he sideswiped one vehicle before crashing into a car driven by 21-year-old Kari Rinehart, a student at Wichita State University. The crash killed Rinehart and injured her two passengers, one of whom was her identical twin sister.
Cameron pleaded guilty in February to involuntary manslaughter while under the influence and two counts of aggravated battery. Judge Anthony Powell imposed the maximum sentences on all three charges plus 34 months for attempted robbery in an unrelated case.