Rachelle Denis to spend eight more months in prison for chip truck owner’s death

Rachelle Denis to spend eight more months in prison for chip truck owner’s death

Rachelle Denis will spend another eight months in the slammer for killing her ex-lover, Tony El-Kassis, with her Jeep in a Richmond plaza nearly five years ago.

A jury found the 43-year-old mother of five not guilty of second-degree murder, but guiltyof the lesser offence of manslaughter.

Denis rammed into El-Kassis, owner of Tony’s Chip Wagon, on July 2, 2010, hurling him into the brick wall of a bank in a Perth Street parking lot. She then fled the scene and drove to her mother’s home, where police soon found her lying on the ground with a broken ankle from the collision.

Read Joe Lafaro’s full article: Metro