A Littlefield man will spend the next 15 years behind bars for the death of two teenage sisters.
Thursday afternoon, 21-year-old Christopher Simpson pleaded guilty to manslaughter. It follows a March 2007 accident at 19th and MLK that killed 18-year-old Jocelyn Tillman and her 14-year-old sister, Jo'Anne McDaniel.
Prosecutors say Simpson ran a red light at the intersection. He will serve two 15 year sentences at the same time.
Tragedy Strikes Family For A Second Time
Tuesday night Jocelyn Tillman, 18, died in a traffic accident at 19th and MLK. Thursday night, her sister Jo'Anne McDaniel, 14, died of injuries suffered in the same accident.
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