A 29-year-old East Valley man, who said he can't get past the guilt he feels for causing the traffic accident that killed his friend, was sentenced Monday to 34 months in prison.
District Judge Michael Gibbons ordered Jerett McAlister to serve 12 months in Nevada state prison before he is eligible for parole.
The judge sentenced him for attempted grand larceny after McAlister admitted pawning a tablet and laptop worth $1,280 stolen from a friend.
McAlister currently is serving six months in Douglas County Jail for driving under the influence of methamphetamine, a separate offense.
Gibbons ordered the prison sentence …