Utah pilot in N. Idaho crash enters Alford plea
The Bonner County Daily Bee reported that 56-year-old Donald Moss Muirhead of Orem entered the plea Thursday.
Under an Alford plea, a defendant doesn’t admit guilt, but acknowledges that prosecutors have enough evidence for a conviction.
Muirhead was charged with flying under the influence of prescription medication after the Piper Aerostar went off the end of the Sandpoint airport runway and crashed on Sept. 23. Muirhead and his two passengers weren’t injured.
As part of the agreement, Muirhead will be given a suspended 30-day jail sentence and have his pilot’s license suspended for a year.
He must also pay $2,500 for damage at the airport.
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