ANCHORAGE - A man was sentenced to more than 16 years in prison for being intoxicated and behind the wheel when his car collided with another, killing a woman and seriously injuring three others.
David Prince was sentenced Friday for murder in the second degree, three counts of assault, driving under the influence and other charges. He was convicted in October of 2006.
Prince was intoxicated when he was involved in the Anchorage accident that killed Pamela Miller.
Assistant District Attorney Alison Collins said Prince has a lengthy history of prior alcohol-related offense, including a prior DUI.