By Shaq Davis | Arizona Daily Star
A Tucson man was sentenced Monday to nearly five years in prison for causing the crash that killed Ann Day, a former state senator and Pima County supervisor, in 2016.
Jarrad Barnes, 27, was convicted in April 2018 of negligent homicide, criminal damage, endangerment, driving with an illegal drug and possession of marijuana. He will serve three years of probation after his release and was given 719 days of time served.
At about 8 a.m. May 7, 2016, witnesses saw Barnes’ Chevrolet Impala traveling about 80 mph, “bouncing off of curbs” along Ina Road when it crossed the median, crashing head-on into Day’s Toyota Prius, authorities said in 2016.