Parole denial pleases victim’s dad in 2012 Northway crash
The man responsible for the 2012 Northway crash that killed two teens and injured two others was denied parole on Wednesday.
Dennis Drue was under the influence of drugs and alcohol when he caused the December 2012 Northway crash that killed Deanna Rivers and Christopher Stewart.
Drue was sentenced to five to 15 years in prison, but went before the parole board recently, seeking release after serving about eight and a half years.
Michael Stewart says that his son, Christopher, would be 27 now – and it hurts wondering what might’ve been.
NewsChannel 13’s Mark Mulholland asked Stewart if he forgives Drue. Hear his response by watching the video.