An East Valley man, whose driver's license was revoked for vehicular manslaughter, was sentenced Wednesday to six months in Douglas County Jail for driving under the influence of methamphetamine.
Judge Pro Tem Paul Gilbert imposed the sentence in a plea agreement with the district attorney's office. Other charges against Jerett McAlister, 29, were dropped.
"I had gotten a ride to the Johnson Lane store to pick up up my father's truck. I got pulled over and I had methamphetamine," he said.
McAlister was arrested Oct. 3 on Gordon Avenue.
Gilbert imposed a $897 fine which was concurrent to the sentence. …