GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (WZZM) --Family members of a man killed in a wrong way crash on I-96 say justice has been served. Monday morning, an Ottawa County judge sentenced the drunk driver, Heather Luke, to between seven and 15 years in prison for her role in William Foster's death.
Outside of court, a family that's hit rock bottom was beginning to find higher ground. William Foster's brother was emotionally moved by a sense of justice.
"We were told not to yell out in the courtroom, but I just wanted to scream, 'Yes'," says Paul Foster.
Paul Foster is applauding the judge's sentence for the woman who killed his brother.
In court, Heather Luke offered a brief apology.
"To the family, I am truly, truly sorry I never meant to hurt anybody that day," Luke said in court.