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Ashley Bashore hit-and-run sentencing

Godelieve Tunuchuk, right, mother of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk sobs while listening to a Yup'ik translator during the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore in Anchorage on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. Superior Court Judge Jack Smith accepted a plea agreement that allows Bashore to serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore confers with defense attorney Rex Butler during her sentencing on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early the morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is embraced the mother of the driver Ashley Bashore, after the sentencing of Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early the morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Tyrell Manchuak, 2, nephew of hit and run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is held by his father Travis Manchuak while attending the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Tyrell Manchuak, 2, nephew of hit and run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is held by his father Travis Manchuak while attending the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, testifies during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, testifies during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Godelieve Tunuchuk, center, mother of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, attended the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Superior Court Judge Jack Smith speaks during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Godelieve Tunuchuk, right, mother of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk sobs while listening to a Yup'ik translator during the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore in Anchorage on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. Superior Court Judge Jack Smith accepted a plea agreement that allows Bashore to serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore confers with defense attorney Rex Butler during her sentencing on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early the morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is embraced the mother of the driver Ashley Bashore, after the sentencing of Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early the morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Tyrell Manchuak, 2, nephew of hit and run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is held by his father Travis Manchuak while attending the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Tyrell Manchuak, 2, nephew of hit and run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, is held by his father Travis Manchuak while attending the sentencing of driver Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. Tunuchuk, a resident of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011 when he was struck by an SUV driven by Bashore. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, testifies during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Peter Tunuchuk, uncle of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk, testifies during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Godelieve Tunuchuk, center, mother of hit-and-run victim Hubert Tunuchuk of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, attended the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Superior Court Judge Jack Smith speaks during the sentencing of Ashley Bashore on Monday, April 8, 2013. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Ashley Bashore was sentenced in Anchorage Superior Court on Monday, April 8, 2013, for the hit-and-run death of Hubert Tunuchuk, of the Western Alaska Village of Chefornak, who was walking along the Tudor Road overpass above the Seward Highway in the early morning of Easter Sunday 2011. As the result of a plea agreement, Bashore will serve 18-months for criminally negligent homicide and failing to help an injured person.
Bill Roth
Alaska Dispatch