Campbell woman gets jail time, probation in vehicular-homicide case

YOUNGSTOWN — A Campbell woman who was convicted by a jury of vehicular homicide in a motorcyclist’s death has been given a 30-day jail sentence and put on five years’ probation, during which she must perform 500 hours of community service annually.

Judge Maureen A. Sweeney of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court imposed the sentence Friday on Tasha L. Moore, 29, of Jackson Street, in the March 2, 2010, death of Charles Mulligan, 48, of South Avenue, Boardman. Moore’s jail term began immediately after sentencing.

Judge Sweeney could have sentenced Moore to six to 18 months in prison, but instead imposed the maximum probation term the law allows.

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