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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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