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Shock Probation Denied For Natasha Gross

Posted at 5:25 PM, Apr 18, 2019

MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– One of the drivers serving time for the deaths of two Berea College students wants her time behind bars reduced.

The judge rejected that request from the lawyer of Natasha Gross.

Gross’ attorney appeared on her behalf Thursday and asked for shock probation for his client. He said that she has reflected on her actions and that she now wanted to help others.

Investigators say that Gross and the other driver were under the influence at the time of the 2017 crash that killed two Berea College students.