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Sigler Sentenced to nearly Five Years in Prison for Vehicular Homicide

Tabitha Sigler, the 22-year-old Cambridge woman convicted in the death of a 148th Fighter Wing member, was sentenced in a Pine County court this week after pleading guilty to felony criminal vehicular homicide charges.


Sigler was traveling south on I35 in Pine County in May of 2021 when she crossed the median, reportedly flew through the air, and struck the victim, who was driving north. A crash reconstruction by the Minnesota State Patrol found that Sigler failed to brake or steer as she entered the median dividing the north and southbound lanes.


A sample of Sigler's blood tested positive for THC, amphetamines, and methamphetamine.


On Tuesday, August 16, Judge Krista Martin handed down a sentence of 58 months in prison with a credit for 158 days already served.





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