An Eagan man will spend 30 days in jail once a year for the next decade on the anniversary of the car crash he caused that killed his best friend, the Star Tribune reported.
Matthew Russell Willis, 26, was ordered this staggered sentence Monday, according to the Pioneer Press.
Willis was sentenced 60 days of initial jail time and then the staggered jail time throughout the next decade to remind him of what he caused, according to the Pioneer Press.
In 2008 Willis sped around a curve on Hwy. 3 in Inver Grove Heights, causing him to crash into an oncoming SUV.
The crash killed his best friend and severely injured the two women in the SUV.