Man in twin sisters’ vehicular homicide case can drive
An agreement between the lawyer for Ira Blackstock and prosecutors was signed by a judge Friday in Mount Vernon.
The 53-year-old Oak Harbor man may drive only in connection with his job as a roofer in Skagit County and Whidbey Island.
The Skagit Valley Herald reportsBlackstock is free on $270,000 bail while awaiting trial.
The Washington State Patrol says his pickup truck crossed the centerline of Highway 20 on Oct. 31 and hit a car, killing 17-year-old twins Janeah and Janesah Goheen. A third girl in their car was injured.
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