Saskatoon

Robin John gets 2 years for crash that killed Quinn Stevenson

A Saskatoon judge sentenced a man to two years this afternoon for a deadly drunk-driving crash.

Collision took place at Circle Drive and College Drive in Saskatoon

Robin Tyler John faces several charges relating to a car crash that killed Quinn Stevenson last year. (Facebook)
A Saskatoon judge sentenced a man this afternoon to two years in prison for a deadly drunk-driving crash. 

Robin Tyler John, who faced several charges relating to the crash that killed Quinn Stevenson. He was charged with impaired driving causing death, obstruction and breach of probation.

Quinn Stevenson died in a car crash in 2013, shortly after he graduated from Centennial Collegiate in Saskatoon. (Google sites: Quinn Stevenson)
The collision took place last year at Circle Drive and College Drive. 

The Crown and defence recommend two years in closed custody, two years of probation and three years driving prohibition. 

Stevenson's family was handing out Kleenex in court this morning for the victim impact statement.

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