Justice will finally be served in a six year tragedy. Callie Long will spend 90 days behind bars for driving while intoxicated back in 2003.
Police say the 68 year-old woman was driving drunk when she ran over a Lubbock bicyclist in august of 2003. That man - Brett Walrath - was put on life support and died months later in a nursing home. Last year Long was sentenced to 60 days in jail and five years probation for failing to stop and render aid. And starting September 17, she'll spend 90 days in jail as part of her plea agreement.
"A man died out there. And it's really kind of a paltry sum to tell you the truth - amount of time she has to spend in jail for what all has happened. But at some point in time you have to make decisions," says prosecutor Rod Hobson.
Hobson dismissed the pending aggravated assualt and intoxicated manslaughter charges as part of that plea agreement as well.