Today was an emotional one. We heard victim impact statements from several family members and relived the events of October 7, 2019 a half dozen different ways.

In the end, the request for a new trial was denied. And Constance Addison received a sentence of 15 years to life in state prison.

A restitution hearing is scheduled for 11/12 at 9:00 a.m. at Sutter County Superior Courthouse.





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The sentencing for Connie Addison will take place this Friday, October 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the Sutter County Superior Courthouse.

Addison was found guilty by the jury on all the charges she faced: PC187(a)- F-Murder, PC191.5(a)- F-Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated, VC20001(b)(1)- F-Hit & Run Resulting in Injury; and PC273a(b)- M-Child Endangering- Cruelty to Child.

A motion for a new trial has been filed by Addison’s attorney and it is also scheduled to be heard along with sentencing.

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We are missing Alec but are incredibly thankful and humbled by the fact that justice was achieved. The time and consideration the jury gave to this trial is truly appreciated; we know it wasn’t easy. We also thank everyone in the District Attorney’s office, the witnesses, and the Court for their perseverance and careful handling of the entire case. We have the deepest gratitude for the people who stopped to help Alec on October 7, 2019. For everyone who has supported us this far. Your actions have helped hold us up the last two years and will continue to do so. The board members, advisory boards, donors, and athletes of the Alec Flores Youth Sports Scholarship Corporation are also greatly appreciated. Each one of you has helped us shine some light back into the community in Alec’s memory. We hope we can continue this good work for a long time to come. And finally, please remember to make a plan to drive sober before you go. If you plan to drink, don’t drive, get a ride. ~ Luis Flores and Tara Repka Flores

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