Guilty Plea In Crash That Killed Two ECU Sorority Sisters

An East Carolina University student who was charged after two of her friends died in a car crash last year has pleaded guilty.

Kamil Arrington was given a suspended sentence and a year of supervised probation after her plea this morning before District Judge David Leech.

The judge also sentenced Arrington to 100 hours of community service, surrender her driver's license and abide by a curfew as directed by her probation officer.

Last November Briana Gather and Victoria Carter were killed when Arrington's car veered off Greenville Boulevard and hit a tree. A fourth student survived the crash. All of the women were members of the pledge class for Delta Sigma Theta at ECU.

The single car crash happened around 6:30 a.m. on November 20th, 2010 near the intersection of Greenville Boulevard and Rosewood Drive. Police said Arrington fell asleep at the wheel.

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