Ramsey Gott, 27, Iola, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol in the death Feb. 18 of Iolan Nicole Sigg, 25. Sigg died in a single-vehicle traffic accident seven miles northwest of Iola.
Gott was driving when he lost control of the vehicle at 600 Street and Texas Road. Two other passengers, Jessica Rogers and Steven Warden, were thrown from the vehicle. Their injuries were not life threatening. Gott called 911 and met officers at old U.S. 169.
Allen County Attorney Jerry Hathaway said Gott would have his first court appearance April 7 at 9 a.m.
The charge is a level 4 person felony, Hathaway said, and that conviction could lead to a prison sentence of 38 to 172 months.
Hathaway said prior offenses would be considered in the sentencing phase.
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