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A Redmond woman will spend six months in jail for the double fatal crash in Bend last July. Judy Swift ran a stop sign at Neff and Hamby Road last July 9th, killing Darleene Coursey, 77, and her son, Gregory Coursey, 52, of Prineville. Bob Coursey, 78, who was driving, survived. But his son, Randy says he's not the same.

“He suffered head trauma in this accident and he's suffered bouts of memory loss that are massive. He can't remember one thing to the next, day by day and he's also suffering major bouts of depression at this time.” A plea agreement was reached behind closed doors Tuesday. Judy Swift will spend six months in jail, 90 days wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet and serve 500 hours of community service. She also loses her drivers license for life.

 

 

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