Mass. man found guilty of killing his fiancee in 2012 Nashua crash
NASHUA — A Massachusetts man was convicted on one count of negligent homicide for a 2012 Nashua crash that killed his fiancee.
James Bazinet, 51, of Spencer, Mass., was found guilty on Monday, according to the Nashua Telegraph.
Bazinet was driving his fiancee, Sheryl Laitinen's, Dodge Charger the night of the accident.
Laitinen, 55, died after she was removed from the car and rushed to St. Joseph Hospital. Bazinet sustained serious injuries as well, he was taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and later airlifted to Massachusetts General Hospital where he stayed for about five weeks.
Bazinet has a Class A felony as a remaining charge that could result in up to 15 years in state prison and up to $4,000 in fines.