A Worcester, Massachusetts, woman has been sentenced to eight-to-10 years in prison for her role in a 2017 Christmas drug deal that turned deadly.
Sixty-year-old Susan Dixon previously pleaded guilty to manslaughter, robbery and leaving the scene.
Assistant District Attorney Lisa Casella said Dixon had driven her husband's SUV during a snowstorm to buy drugs. She said Dixon spoke with Felix Bonilla, who was standing outside the gas station.
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He later leaned or reached inside the SUV when Dixon drove in reverse, with the 33-year-old Boston man still hanging on. Dixon didn't stop to help Bonilla after he fell off.