Luderman Sentenced

A Napoleon man who in April caused a multi-vehicle crash that killed two people and injured two others on I-75 has been sentenced to 25 to 29 years in prison. Nicholas Luderman, 25, had been indicted on two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide and more. The first set of charges alleged that Luderman caused the accident in a DUI case. On Aug. 19, Luderman pled guilty to all of the charges. The prosecution agreed to dismiss one count of failure to stop after an injury accident. Officials tell reporters…Luderman was driving south in Wood County’s Henry Township on April 3, when the vehicle struck the back of a truck, driven by Andrew Jones, of Findlay, causing Jones’ car to cross the median and crash into northbound traffic. Jones hit a Jeep driven by a Kalamazoo woman…it burst into flames…both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.

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