A Vancouver Island man who pleaded guilty to driving while impaired and killing one person in a hit-and-run collision has been sentenced.
In February, Ryan John Grob, 36, pleaded guilty to impaired driving causing death for fatally striking 32-year-old Spencer Alexander Moore with his truck on a Parksville street in Aug. 2019 and driving away .
On Friday, in Nanaimo provincial court, Grob received a six-year jail sentence followed by an eight-year driving prohibition.
In the sentencing, Justice Karen Whonnock detailed the circumstances of the hit-and-run death of Moore and had harsh words about Grob’s efforts to cover up his responsibility for the crime.
Between Aug. 23 and 24, 2019, Grob
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