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Man sentenced to 40 years in prison for drunken-driving crash in Aurora that killed teenager


CENTENNIAL, Colorado — A man who ran a red light while drunk, killing a teenager in another car, has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.

The Arapahoe County District Attorney's Office says 41-year-old Ever Martin Olivos-Gutierrez was sentenced Wednesday for the March 24, 2014, crash in Aurora that killed 17-year-old Juan Carlos Domingues-Palomino.

Officers say Olivos-Gutierrez, of Aurora, told them he was drunk and had consumed more than 10 beers before the crash. He also had used cocaine the day before.

Olivos-Gutierrez did not have a valid driver's license and is a habitual traffic offender with three prior DUI offenses.

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