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Jury Finds Travis Ley Guilty On All Charges

Travis Ley who is accused of driving drunk and killing motorcyclist, Leyland Owens, has been found guilty. On Friday afternoon, a jury found Ley guilty on all four charges he faced, including driving while intoxicated, resulting in death and serious bodily injury.
Travis Ley who is accused of driving drunk and killing a motorcyclist has been found guilty.

On Friday afternoon, a jury found Ley guilty on all four charges he faced, including driving while intoxicated, resulting in death and serious bodily injury.

Last year, Ley's vehicle hit two motorcyclists near 17th and Hulman in Terre Haute.

The crash killed 22-year-old Leyland Owens and injured another man.

Police say Ley's blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.

We will continue to update this story with any new information. Tune in to WAWV Live At 5 and NBC 2 News at 6 for the very latest.
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