BEND, Ore. (AP) -- An Oregon woman was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for hitting and killing a cyclist while driving under the influence.
KTVZ-TV reports Deschutes County Circuit Judge Michael Adler sentenced 42-year-old Shantel Witt on Tuesday, telling the court that it was the "most extreme reckless endangerment case" he had ever seen.
Witt was convicted earlier this month of first-degree manslaughter and other charges for the death of 38-year-old Marika Stone.
The Bend dentist was riding with two friends east of the city when Witt slammed into her in December 2017.
Prosecutors say Witt was on nearly a dozen prescription drugs, including her dog's anxiety pills, at the time of the crash.
Witt apologized in court, telling Stone's family that she hopes one day they can forgive her.
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