Killer Bishop gets 10

Burnside was driving to an afternoon church event on April 7, 2013, when he lost control of his vehicle on a highway exit ramp in Sun Prairie and hit Mengelt, who was out for a Sunday training run. Prosecutors allege Burnside fled the scene in his vehicle. Police first spoke with him at a nearby gas station.

A preliminary breath test determined he had a blood alcohol level of 0.128 percent, according to the criminal complaint. The legal limit for driving in Wisconsin is 0.08 percent.

Via Former Lutheran bishop sentenced to 10 years for killing woman while driving drunk @ Madison.com.

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