A Seymour man will have to do community service in a cemetery after a fatal crash.
Nineteen-year-old Blake Doxtator will go to prison for two years and once he gets out he’ll have to help at the cemetery where the crash victim is buried.
Thirteen-year-old Braxton Kasee was killed on Halloween of 2016. Outagamie County Judge John Des Jardins ordered Doxtator to spend eight hours at the cemetery on the day before Halloween. That will happen for five years while Doxtator is on probation.
Prosecutors say he was speeding when he brought a group of boys home from trick-or-treating. They say Doxtator’s minivan went into a ditch on Bain Road in the town of Oneida. He was convicted of homicide by negligent driving and first-degree reckless endangerment.