Driver Gets Prison for Fatal 2016 Bedford Wreck
MANCHESTER— A Manchester man with a series of motor vehicle convictions pleaded guilty to a fatal wreck that occurred in 2016.
Police Chief John J. Bryfonski reported Deng M. Chol Mabor, 40, pleaded guilty to negligent homicide (DUI) and reckless conduct Sept. 6 in Hillsborough Superior Court North.
Mabor will spend 1½ to seven years in prison after the car he was driving on July 29, 2016, hit a utility pole on South River Road in Bedford and flipped onto its roof, killing Thon A. Kuai.
He will lose his driving privilages indefinitely and faces seven years probation after he is released.
A then 24-year-old woman, Nyanwat Koyruoub, was also injured in the wreck.
According to the New Hampshire Union Leader, the prosecutor in the case said that Mabor is not an American citizen and he had two other DUI convictions from previous incidents.