L.I. Man Faces Prison Term After Fatal DUI

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — A man from Long Island will be spending time in prison after a deadly DUI accident.

Shea Rosen, 20, pleaded guilty last May to vehicular manslaughter in connection with the accident in November of 2008.

Police said Rosen was high on drugs when he slammed his SUV into Amanda Malloy and a friend while they jogged on a road in Huntington.

He was facing one to four years in prison.

Malloy was a beloved teacher at a Middle School in Deer Park.


One Comment

  1. AM says:

    Don’t be in such a rush to judgment,, I was dropping off videos at blockbuster 1 block away at 710pm that night, The side of the road was flooded, the fog was so heaving that when I pulled up on New York Ave. to make the right on Mill lane my kids in the car said are we lost, I could not see more then 20 feet in front of the car. Don’t get me wrong I have seen these people run in the middle of New York Ave. before and I am just glad I did not go straight that night it could have been me standing in the road saying I did not see them.

  2. Dan Te says:

    He’ll only get 1 year at most in jail. Politicians will NOT make tough drunk driving laws. That’s because they’re all drunken imbeciles and the laws will effect them (see Kennedy’s).

    We should be able to just tie these sl-!meballs to the rear bumper and drag them for miles.

  3. Molly says:

    Can’t he just be put to sleep by SUV? That would cost us taxpayers much less than keeping him in prison for 4 years.

    1. Mary says:

      He has a family too!! There is no doubt that he took a life and deserves to pay for it and will in prison!! You do not know him so you should really not comment! He will have to live with what he did for the rest of his life.

  4. Roy says:

    He needs to recieve the maximum sentence under the law. Thes people kill thousands each year,and need to be mad an example off,no matter how old they are…………….

  5. Appalled Citizen says:

    Didn’t we just give a cop 90 days for the same thing?

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