A North Shore man who became an activist for tougher drunken driving laws after his son was killed by a drunken driver has been sentenced to a year in jail after pleading to sufficient facts to driving while intoxicated.
Donald Ross received a 2½-year sentence on Monday in Salem District Court, with one year to serve and the remainder suspended for 2½ years, after reaching a deal with prosecutors. He pleaded to drunken driving, third offense, and failing to stay within marked lanes.
The Salem News reported that Ross expressed regret in court.
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