Prosecutor Mat Heck said in a release that Gray’s vehicle’s event data recorder showed the defendant’s vehicle was traveling 101 mph five seconds before the crash, and 76 mph one second before the crash in a zone marked 35 mph.
Gray also did not have a valid driver’s license.
Gray was found guilty of vehicular homicide and three counts of failure to stop after an accident.
Gray was also ordered to pay $8,625 in restitution and had his driver’s license suspended for nine years.
“This defendant’s negligence and poor judgment took the life of a mother of four school-age children, forever altering the lives of many people,” Heck said in a release. “Appropriately, he will be locked up for the next four years and will not be eligible for any early release.”