Probation hasn’t worked out for a man convicted of drunk driving in a triple-fatality accident in Southwest Missouri, so he’s off to jail for six months. The probation of Tyler Wasmer has been revoked after a community service project he was supposed to do did not materialize. Wasmer’s original sentence called for him to do 250 hours of community service. It had been hoped he would do that service by speaking against drunk driving at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, where he was a student. But a report to the judge says that’s not feasible. The prosecutor says he wasn’t convinced it was such a good idea to begin with becuase Wasmer has never shown any remorse for the accident that killed three other students from the university.
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