Bakdash could face up to 51 years for fatal hit-and-run

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A man convicted after killing a man and injuring two women after running them down in Dinkytown will be sentence Monday, the Pioneer Press reported.
TImothy Bakdash of Roseville was found guilty on nine counts in a hit-and-run that left Benjamin Van Handel. Bakdash attacked the three after drinking heavily on April 15, 2011, the Pioneer Press reported.
Bakdash, 30, could now face up to 51 year depending on how the counted are added up, Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Christina Warren said, according to the Pioneer Press.
Bakdash admitted to having smoked marijuana before going to The Library bar in Dinkytown the night he fatally hit Van Handel, a university student just months a way from graduating, Kare11 reported.

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This is an awful tragedy but at least it has some justice given. Our prayers are with the families of the victims.
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