MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MOTORCYCLISTS DEATH
(Omaha) The driver of a vehicle that killed four motorcyclists on Interstate 29 near Little Sioux has pleaded guilty.
The Omaha World Herald says, Andrew Schlictemeier entered a written plea of guilty Monday evening. He is charged with four counts of vehicular homicide in the August 9 deaths of Jay Bock, of Omaha, Steven Benscoter, of Pacific Junction, and Dale Aspedon and Dennis Chaney both of Glenwood. The four were on their way home from Sturgis, South Dakota.
Schlichtemeier struck the four motorcyclists with his pickup in a two-lane construction area of I-29. According to the Iowa State Patrol, Schlichtemeier’s blood-alcohol level measured 0.373 percent, more than 4 ½ times the legal limit.