Driver Involved in Crash That Killed Two MSSU Students Released on Probation

Driver Involved in Crash That Killed Two MSSU Students Released on Probation

Jeremy Johnson's sentence has been suspended and he is on probation for five years.
JOPLIN, MO--- A Jasper County judge suspended Jeremy Johnson's sentence Monday morning and placed him on probation for five years. In August, a judge ordered the Johnson, 21, of Harrison, Ark., to serve seven years for two counts of Involuntary Manslaughter. Johnson was put in the shock incarceration, which is a strict "boot camp" situation.

He pleaded guilty to driving drunk and speeding when he swerved off I-44 near Sarcoxie in 2011, rolling his SUV. That resulted in a chain reaction of crashes that left two people dead, MSSU football players Diondre Johnson, and Michael McCrimmons. Both were passengers in Jeremy Johnson's car.
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