The woman who admitted to driving drunk and plowing into a young couple’s car, killing a man and his unborn baby, is likely to learn her punishment before the week ends.
Shana Elliott, a 22-year-old former Texas State University student, pleaded guilty to intoxication assault with a vehicle and two counts of intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle Monday.
Nearly two years ago, in August 2016, Elliott drove drunk after spending a day tubing in San Marcos. Her vehicle collided with the car carrying Kristian Guerreo and Fabian Guerrero-Moreno, a couple coming up on their first wedding anniversary.
Guerrero-Moreno and the couple’s 19-week-old unborn child were killed in the crash. Guerrero survived a brain bleed.
Christina Cordero, a Hays County felony criminal clerk, said the jury is likely to decide Elliott’s punishment Thursday afternoon or early Friday.
Elliott faces probation to 20 years in jail, she said.
Shana Elliot’s Sobriety Test:
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