No jail time for drunk, stoned driver who crashed into 2 state patrol cars

The driver who crashed into two Colorado State Patrol cars while drunk and stoned will not spend any time in jail.

Keith Kilbey pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving under the influence, according to 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office. Kilbey was sentenced to 30 days in-home detention and 18 months probation.

Kilbey also must perform 48 hours of community service and pay a $600 fine and restitution, which will be determined later.

The 24-year-old Arvada man was arrested January 11 after he crashed into two patrol cars that were pulled over on the side of a ramp on Interstate 25 to Interstate 76. Kilbey's truck hit a CSP Ford Crown Victoria, pushing it into a CSP Dodge Charger.

The troopers were investigating an accident that had taken place earlier. They were not hurt in the crash.

Kilbey had a blood alcohol content of .268 and 10 nanograms active THC, investigators said.

KIlbey originally was charged with DUI and careless driving. The latter charge was dismissed as part of the plea agreement.

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