A former Pennsylvania State Trooper who was off-duty and drunk behind the wheel will spend at least six months behind bars in connection with a fiery, deadly crash on the Turnpike near Plymouth Meeting nearly two years ago.
Barry Searfoss has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and DUI, and was sentenced to 6-23 months in prison.
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper accused of causing a deadly DUI crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Montgomery County earlier this year has his driver’s license back, but with some strict conditions.
Prosecutors say Barry Searfoss spent May 18th, his day off, drinking beer at a golf outing in Bucks County — an outing that raised scholarship money in honor of a woman killed fifteen years ago by a drunk driver.
Eyewitness News first reported on Trooper Barry Searfoss, who police say caused the accident that killed a young woman.