Gwendolen Davey was a bright, motivated kindergarten teacher in at Chambers Elementary School Houston's Alief ISD. She was engaged to be married. One afternoon, she went out to walk her dog and never made it home.
One day after convicting Breanna Zipf of murder for a traffic accident that killed a kindergarten teacher, a jury decided Friday that she should serve 10 years' probation.
Zipf, 18, wept after state District Judge Brock Thomas announced the sentence.
Her father said he was glad she would avoid prison.
The father of her victim, however, said he had expected the teen to serve prison time.
"I don't like it very much," said Robert Davey, whose daughter, Gwendolen Davey, was run down July 23, 2004, by a car Zipf was driving.
Thomas will announce the conditions of Zipf's probation in a hearing Monday.
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Posted by: robert c. davey at April 30, 2007 09:46 AM (7I4JE)
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