FOND DU LAC - Carly Ottery will pay more than $70,000 in restitution to the families of her friends killed in a vehicle crash.
As Fond du Lac County Judge Dale English was talking in court Wednesday, Ottery screamed out "How can you do this to me?"
The families of Sabrina Stahl, Katie Berg, and Caitlin Scannel requested the money to pay for the cemetery monuments and lost wages associated with the crash and subsequent funerals. Defense attorney John D'Angelo questioned the amount being spent.
The parents of all three victims answered questions in court about the expenses.
Ottery and eight friends were joyriding at more than 100 miles per hour when Ottery lost control of the van, crashing it near Campbellsport in February 2012. She was convicted of three counts of homicide by negligent use of a motor vehicle, and sentenced to one year in jail, probation and community service - but no prison time.
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