Tenhouse Gets Probation, Periodic Jail Time in Traffic Death
A Liberty man is sentenced to probation and periodic jail time Tuesday for his role in the death of a woman in a traffic crash last year.
49-year-old Jeffrey Tenhouse had pleaded guilty to reckless driving in March.
Judge Scott Walden sentenced Tenhouse to ten weekends of jail time in the Adams County Jail and 12 months probation, along with a $2,500 fine.
Tenhouse was behind the wheel last August 17th when he crashed his Jeep in rural Adams County, injuring himself and three others and killing 34-year-old Amanda Krutmeier.