A former Fort Eustis soldier will spend 26 years in prison for killing two Christopher Newport University students in a crash.
Jesse Evans Jr. was driving the wrong way on I-64 back in December of 2011 when he crashed into Kimberly Brin and Sierra Smith.
Both were killed.
Three other people were hurt in the crash.
Last year, a judge ruled his blood alcohol level could not be used as evidence because Evans was not arrested for DUI within three hours of the accident.
Still, back in March, a jury found him guilty of aggravated involuntary manslaughter and maiming by DUI.