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Update: Grand Traverse County Man Sentenced for Drunk Driving Crash

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Update: A Grand Traverse County man has been sentenced to two to five years in prison for a drunk driving crash that injured two women back in October 2012. 

Witnesses told police that Ryan Decatur's car barreled down Front Street and smashed into a cab that the two women were riding in the back of.

The Long Lake Township man apologized to the victims during Friday's sentencing, saying he's "extremely ashamed" of what he did.

 

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