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Nevarez sentenced to 12 years for intoxication manslaughter

Nevarez at the Lubbock County courthouse Nevarez at the Lubbock County courthouse
Carlos Nevarez, 31 (photo source: Lubbock Co. Detention Center) Carlos Nevarez, 31 (photo source: Lubbock Co. Detention Center)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock man involved in a deadly drunk driving accident has been sentenced to 12 years in jail for intoxication manslaughter and DWI.

Police say Carlos Nevarez was drunk when he hit another car in south Lubbock County, in August of 2015.

Patrick Haden died seven weeks later.

Court records show Nevarez has had four DWI indictments since 2007.

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