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Community service for Va. woman after deadly hit-and-run

RICHMOND, Va. — A Richmond woman has been ordered to perform 500 hours of community service for a hit-and-run death.

A judge also revoked 37-year-old Jennifer Jon Slemp’s driver’s license for one year Wednesday. She was given a two-year suspended sentence.

Slemp was found guilty in August of leaving the scene of an accident that caused injury or death.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports Slemp’s car struck 25-year-old David M. Boyd and his friend, Brendan Ellis, in the city’s Shockoe Bottom area on April 21. Boyd was killed.

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