Just 7 years in prison for that. Shame.
On the day of the crash, Stewart Napier was driving near the Eighth Street overpass in Marina when he “looked down for a lighter, and when he looked back up, he saw the victim’s brake lights and collided with him, causing the victim’s car to swerve off the road and burst into flames,”
“It was a heroin-methamphetamine case at rush hour on a road you and I travel all the time,” she said. “This is an example of the dangerousness of controlled substances vs alcohol and how they all intertwine. He’s a young man from P.G. driving on Highway 1 impaired, and he rear ends Mr. Acona, who dies. It’s tragic.”
Napier also pleaded guilty May 28 to assault likely to cause great bodily harm for a March 4 fight with another inmate at the Monterey County Jail, where he has been lodged since his arrest last December.