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Brianna Knapp Found Guilty Of Fleeing The Scene Of A Fatal Crash

Brianna Knapp was found guilty of Fleeing the Scene of a Fatal Crash in Bonner County on Tuesday Brianna Knapp was found guilty of Fleeing the Scene of a Fatal Crash in Bonner County on Tuesday
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Prosecutors in Bonner County tell KHQ that a jury found Brianna Knapp guilty Tuesday of Fleeing the Scene of a Fatal Crash.

Knapp was driving a car that struck off-duty Spokane Police Officer Kurt Henson's motorcycle in Bonner County back in 2012. Henson died in the crash and his passenger was seriously injured. 

Knapp is now facing up to 5 years in prison. She should be sentenced sometime in December. 

This is a developing story and we will update you will any information as soon as we get it. 

 

 

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