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1 year in jail for pot user in crash that killed 4


A southwestern Michigan woman blamed for a crash that killed four church members on an icy road in southwestern Michigan has been sentenced to one year in jail for driving under the influence of marijuana.


Twenty-seven-year-old Ashley Baker of Watervliet also received five years' probation at sentencing Monday in Van Buren County Circuit Court in Paw Paw.


Authorities say Baker's van failed to stop at a stop sign in February 2013 and struck a car carrying the four women on a rural road, about 40 miles southwest of Kalamazoo.


The victims were Keeler Baptist Church members returning from a restaurant.


The crash killed 67-year-old Celeste Phillips of Hartford and her three passengers: 56-year-old Lou Ann Holcomb of Hartford, 51-year-old Charlotte Sieber of Hartford and 56-year-old and Kathryn Maya of Kalamazoo.

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