Ice addict who is responsible for a car accident in which a teenager has been killed receives more imprisonment for speeding

Ice addict, 22, responsible for his friend's death in a horror crash gets more imprisonment for speeding through a school zone while handcuffed after jailbreak

  • An ice-cream addict was imprisoned for two more years because he had stolen a car to escape from prison
  • Aaron Hyde, 22, was jailed for 11 years when he escaped guards
  • He was the driver in an ice-filled crash that killed his best friend Ashley in 2015

Aaron Hyde (photo), 22, was imprisoned for two additional years for escaping officers and speeding at a school in the Northern Territory Supreme Court on Wednesday

Aaron Hyde (photo), 22, was imprisoned for two additional years for escaping officers and speeding at a school in the Northern Territory Supreme Court on Wednesday

An ice-cream addict responsible for the death of a teenager in a horror car accident has been sentenced to more imprisonment for speeding while escaping officers.

Aaron Hyde, 22, appeared on Wednesday in the Northern Territory Supreme Court, where he was imprisoned for two additional years for escaping agents and speeding in a school zone.

Hyde served an 11-year prison sentence when he escaped from prison in April 2018 during a medical appointment at Royal Darwin Hospital.

He was the driver in a rapid crash that killed his friend Ashley Richards (18), who was in the passenger seat in September 2015.

Hyde slapped a female guard in the face, ran away, and stole a car when he had to go to jail last year.

Hyde was the driver in a rapid crash (photo) that killed his friend Ashley Richards (18), who was sitting in the passenger seat in September 2015

Hyde was the driver in a rapid crash (photo) that killed his friend Ashley Richards (18), who was sitting in the passenger seat in September 2015

Hyde was the driver in a rapid crash (photo) that killed his friend Ashley Richards (18), who was sitting in the passenger seat in September 2015

The 22-year-old was still fascinated while driving at speeds up to 130 km / h on the wrong side of the road and in school zones to avoid the police.

He told the police that he wanted to say & # 39; sorry to the family & # 39; of Ashley Richards when he was arrested after he crashed the stolen car, according to NT News.

Justice Jenny Blokland said the motivation of Hyde & # 39; spontaneously & # 39; used to be.

Hyde crashed into a Jeep (photo) during the 2015 crime. During the collision, the Jeep's engine was pulled out of the car and thrown away 40 meters away

Hyde crashed into a Jeep (photo) during the 2015 crime. During the collision, the Jeep's engine was pulled out of the car and thrown away 40 meters away

Hyde crashed into a Jeep (photo) during the 2015 crime. During the collision, the Jeep's engine was pulled out of the car and thrown away 40 meters away

Ashley Richards (photo), 18, was sitting in the passenger seat of a stolen Commodore when it crashed

Ashley Richards (photo), 18, was sitting in the passenger seat of a stolen Commodore when it crashed

Ashley Richards (photo), 18, was sitting in the passenger seat of a stolen Commodore when it crashed

& # 39; I do not accept that this earlier motivation was based on an apology, (but) I accept that it was not in a healthy emotional state, & # 39; she said.

Hyde will serve a longer 13-year prison sentence with a seven-year non-pooling period for escaping lawful custody, unlawful entry into a home, stealing and driving dangerously during a police chase.

& # 39; This was just as dangerous not only for the community, but also for himself – exactly the type of crime that caused his friend's death, & # 39; said the prosecutor.

He was originally sentenced to eleven years in 2016 for the ice-fed crime, stealing a Commodore and the fatal crash that killed Ashley Richards.

Before the crash from 2012 to 2015, Hyde had served time in the infamous Don Dale Youth Detention Center.

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