Shepherd appeals bus stop crash conviction

(Photo Supplied/Indiana State Police)

ROCHESTER, Ind. (WOWO): Alyssa Shepherd will be appealing her conviction for the 2018 bus stop crash that killed 9-year-old Alivia Stahl and 6-year-old twins Mason and Xzavier Ingle.

Shepherd was found guilty of three counts of reckless homicide, criminal recklessness and passing a school bus causing injury back in October for the crash that also injured a fourth child. She maintained that she saw that a vehicle was stopped on the side of the road, but did not realize it was a bus picking up children.

Shepherd had originally faced a maximum sentence of 21.5 years in prison but was sentenced in December to 4 years in prison, 3 years of electronic monitoring, and at least 3 years of probation


  1. What a world we live in where some moron kills 3 kids with her car and gets a slap on the wrist. 4 years in prison for killing 3 kids. Now she is appealing her conviction.

    That is the main problem with society these days…people never want to accept responsibility for their actions. Its always someone else’s fault…. Blame someone else or just claim “I didn’t know” then you should be immune to consequences.

    I hope those children’s mother gets another chance to punch her in the face…although she deserves much more.


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