Hit-and-run driver apologizes to paralyzed victim during sentencing
EVERETT, Wash. – It’s been one year and a day since a driver hit a young man, drove off and left his victim paralyzed forever, changing his life in one moment. On Tuesday, the man behind the wheel faced a judge for sentencing after he pleaded guilty to a felony charge. The victim, Scotty Becktell, was also in court, hoping the judge would sentence the driver to the maximum penalty.