‘Melrose Place’ Actress Found Guilty Of Vehicular Homicide

Tue, November 27, 2012 4:50pm EST by Add first Comment
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Amy Locane-Bovenizer is facing up to 15 years in jail after being found guilty of vehicular homicide in a June 2010 drunk driving accident that left a woman dead. Read on for all the details.

Amy Locane-Bovenizer, who starred as Sandy on season one of the FOX classic, Melrose Place, is facing serious jail time, as she was found guilty of vehicular homicide charges, stemming from a drunk driving accident in June of 2010, on Nov. 27.

‘Melrose Place’ Actress Faces Jail Time

Amy faces five to 10 years behind bars on the vehicular homicide count and another three to five for a conviction on assault by automobile. She was acquitted of an aggravated manslaughter charge. The actress was jailed after her bail was revoked.

According to Huffington Post, Amy must serve 85 percent of her vehicular homicide sentence without parole. Sentencing is set for March 1, 2013, and motor vehicle charges are also pending.

DUI Details

At the time of the accident, Amy’s blood-alcohol level was almost three times the legal limit. Her SUV hit Fred and Helene Seeman‘s car in Montgomery Township, New Jersey. Helene, 60, was killed, and Fred was left badly injured.

— Billy Nilles

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