Clearfield County, PA – The man responsible for a fatal DUI crash that took the life of a Lock Haven woman in 2017 has been sentenced.

33-year-old Gregory Millinder Jr. from Madera will serve 6 to 15 years in state prison.

In July of 2017, Millinder had been high on amphetamine, methamphetamine and a sedative commonly known as Klonopin when he lost control of his Jeep Wrangler in Houtzdale and struck two oncoming cars.

A passenger in one of the cars, 70-year-old Mary Caprio of Lock Haven was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of that vehicle, Gary Stover of Loganton, PA, who had been 71 at time, had to be flown to the hospital with serious injuries.

The couple in the other vehicle that was hit, the then 68-year-old Daniel Gillette of Moshannon and his wife, 67-year-old Susan Gillete, were also injured.

Millinder’s 8-year-old daughter had been in the car with him during that DUI. She and Millinder had both been able to walk away from the crash uninjured.

Millinder pleaded guilty to his charges of homicide by vehicle while DUI and aggravated assault by vehicle while DUI. He’ll serve up to 15 years in state prison.