EUGENE, OR -- Harold Blackwolf was sentenced Tuesday to nearly six years in federal prison for killing two pedestrians with his car. Prosecutors say the 35-year-old Warm Springs man was drunk when he sped away from a friend’s house with his headlights off, in September 2017. He then struck and killed two men.
The convicted felon was arrested in April 2018, and found with a revolver. Blackwolf pleaded guilty in February to two counts of involuntary manslaughter and being a felon in possession of a firearm.