A Swanton woman, accused of causing a deadly head on collision, will spend 6 months in home confinement.
In January, Maria Carlson pleaded guilty to driving high on heroin and killing two people in a 2015 crash. Carlson received her sentence today, after already serving time behind bars.
She will spend 180 days in home confinement, and the rest of her sentence under the supervision of the department of corrections.
68 year-old Diana Bohannon and 67 year old Robert Benjamin were killed in the September 2015 crash.