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Moorhead Teen to Serve 105 Days for Deadly Crash

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A Moorhead High School student has been sentenced to 105 days in juvenile detention after pleading guilty to criminal vehicular operation. Kullen Carney was the driver of a car that rolled over, killing his friend Austin Wagar.

Dozens of Austin's friends and family members packed a courtroom during an emotional hearing. Austin's mother, Jamie Olson, says the community's support has been overwhelming.

A judge also ordered Carney to pay restitution and stay out of trouble until he's 21, or face up to four years in prison.

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