A Washington County Circuit Court judge Tuesday sentenced a Hagerstown man to 30 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2011 death of a Pennsylvania motorcyclist.
Robert Daniel Hilliard, 26, of 1010 Bramly Court also pleaded guilty before Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. to leaving the scene of an accident and driving while impaired by drugs, or alcohol and drugs in the Oct. 6 accident that killed 45-year-old Richard Burchfield II of Oil City, Pa.
Long gave Hilliard three years in state prison on the manslaughter charge, suspending six months of the sentence, according to court records.
Hilliard also received a consecutive one-year suspended sentence for leaving the scene of an accident and a 60-day concurrent sentence on the driving impaired charge, court records said.
Hilliard was given 186 days credit for time served, the records said.
Long also ordered Hilliard to spend three years in supervised probation following his release, the records said.