CORRECTION: This story was updated from a previous version to correct that Goldman was only sentenced this week in the December 2011 hit and run incident where no one was injured. Patch regrets the error.
UPDATE (4:00 p.m.)—An Arnold man was sentenced this week for fleeing the scene of an accident in December 2011.
William Keith Goldman of Arnold was involved in a hit and run in December 2011, but no one was injured.
In July 2011, he was the driver of a car that killed a Broadneck High School student. Seventeen-year-old Kara Micciche of Pasadena died July 13, 2011, after being struck by Goldman's vehicle on Ritchie Highway.
Micciche and 19-year-old Sean Snyder of Severna Park were trying to cross Ritchie Highway near Earleigh Heights Road. Snyder survived the incident but sustained life-threatening injuries.
This week, Goldman admitted in Glen Burnie District Court that he fled the scene of an accident in December 2011 while driving under the influence of suboxone, according to The Capital.
A judge found Goldman guilty of fleeing the scene of the accident, and sentenced him to serve 60 days in prison, but 40 of the days were suspended. The judge also ordered Goldman to attend rehabilitation and serve two years of community service.