The Grand Island woman convicted of killing a motorcyclist with her car was given 18 to 20 years in prison Tuesday.
Britteney Baker pleaded no contest to motor vehicle homicide.
She's been ordered not to drive for 15 years after her sentence.
Officials said the 22-year-old was on meth when she hit 80-year-old Donald McCarville with her car last June.
Authorities said Baker initially told police that the driver of the car had fled the scene, but later admitted to being the driver.
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