The 48-year-old Moscow woman convicted of causing a fatal car accident while driving high on methamphetamine is going to prison.
Stacey Davis was sentenced to between 2 and 10 years in prison Wednesday by Latah County Second District Court Judge John Judge. Davis previously pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and aggravated DUI.
Davis was driving a station wagon high on meth on Christmas Eve in 2020 when she caused the crash on U.S. Highway 95 South of Moscow. The collision killed 75-year-old Calleen White of Coeur d’Alene who was a passenger in the car that Davis hit. Two other people in that vehicle were injured.
A blood sample taken from Davis a few hours after the crash showed that she was under the influence of meth.