IN Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal 100 mph Crash

A man, who crashed into a car at speeds estimated at 100 miles-per-hour in downtown Indianapolis - killing the driver, faces 12 years in prison under a plea agreement.

Thirty-eight-year-old Anthony Sibley pleaded guilty in Marion Superior Court Monday to operating a motor vehicle with a controlled substance in the blood causing death. He also admitted to possession of a controlled substance and leaving the scene of an accident.

Authorities say Sibley was speeding north on Illinois Street in May when he plowed into a car driven by 25-year-old Ronald Golden. Golden was killed. Sibley wasn't seriously injured.

Police say the impact pushed Golden's car about 100 feet. Witnesses said Sibley's SUV was running through red lights at about 100 miles per hour.

His sentencing is set for December 8.

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