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A Youngstown man convicted last week of causing a fatal crash in 2009 that killed a social worker was sentenced Monday to serve six months in jail.
Eric Brady, 26, however, was given credit for time served while awaiting trail and on a probation violation, which is keeping him incarcerated. His driver’s license was suspended for five years.
Brady was convicted during a trial last week in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court of vehicular homicide in the fatal crash that killed Kim Sullivan in 2009.
Sullivan died following the crash on South Meridian Road near the Landmark Restaurant in January 2009. She was a well-known domestic violence victim’s advocate for Sojourner House.
Brady apologized to Brady’s family at the hearing.