Stacey Marie Sloan 36,of Porter has been given 5 years of a possible 20 allowed by law for death of Ann White of Conroe. Judge Edwards sentenced her after she plead guilty to a second degree charge of Intoxicated Manslaughter.
On June 30, 2007 while out on probation for two driving while intoxicated charges Sloan, driving a Mustang rear ended White’s Chevrolet Impala as she waited at the light in the intersection at SH 105 at Highland Hollow. She died later that night At Conroe Regional Hospital.
Sloan who received her first DWI in Harris County November 15, 2005 and was given one-year probation which was revoked in February of 2007.
It was just twenty-two days before the fatal accident that she got her second DWI and on April 18, 2008 while still on bond for the Manslaughter charge she was given one-year probation and ordered a safety ignition lock to be installed in her vehicle in County Court at Law 4.
The night of the accident Sloan was flown to Hermann Hospital in Houston for her injuries and was on Xanax and Vicodin which she had been prescribed for knee surgery and sleeping.
Sloan remarried after the accident taking the name Wagoner.
Joel Daniels who prosecuted the case asked for a higher sentence but Judge Edwards gave the five years.
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