Male put on probation in 2013 Riviera crash that killed 5

RIVIERA Beach front — A male accused in a 2013 two-car crash that killed five people in Riviera Seaside has been released from condition jail and positioned on probation right after completing a plea settlement with prosecutors.  

A judge sentenced Jabari Kemp, now 29, to 5 years in prison on June 18 right after he pleaded responsible to five counts of vehicular homicide, court records clearly show. He was credited with 5 several years that he served following a 2015 conviction that was overturned on attraction. 

In the plea listening to, Circuit Decide Daliah Weiss positioned Kemp on 10 decades of probation and ordered that he provide 100 several hours of neighborhood assistance.

Kemp’s driver’s license was revoked for three years and he was ordered to pay $388 in courtroom expenses, as effectively as attend one particular session of a victim-impact panel inside 90 times. Those panels permit victims and their households speak with DUI offenders about their loss.