PORT WASHINGTON, WI (WHBL) - A Port Washington man will spend nine years in prison for killing a female passenger while driving drunk. 29 year old Jaron Omon was sentenced Monday in Ozaukee County. A judge ordered him to spend six years under extended supervision after his prison term. Authorities said Omon’s blood alcohol level was point-22 – almost three times the minimum for intoxication – when his vehicle hit a tree and a roadside fence near Grafton on June 10th. His passenger, 37 year old Kelly Phillips, also of Port Washington, was killed. Omon, a former Boy Scout leader, pleaded guilty to his most serious charge – a felony count of homicide by drunk driving. Three related traffic counts, including his first O-W-I ticket, were dropped in a plea bargain.
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