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Woman Charged After Killing National Guardsman in Crash

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The driver who crashed into and killed a National Guardsman from Garfield, Minnesota has been charged 6 months after the accident. 21 year old Tabitha Sue Sigler of Cambridge is facing charges of vehicular  homicide while under the influence of 1 or 2 controlled substances. She’s facing up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.  Investigators found evidence of drug use in her car and methamphetamine in her system.

According to the 148th Fighter Wing, Master Sergeant David Greiner, of Garfield, Minnesota, was driving north on I-35 near Highway 61 when troopers say a SUV headed south crossed the median and struck his vehicle. Greiner was pronounced dead at the scene.

The 148th Fighter Wing remembered Greiner as a dedicated member with 20 years of military service who always “quietly and effectively got the job done.” During his time with the Minnesota National Guard, Greiner was deployed twice to Afghanistan.