Woman pleads guilty to role in deadly Boone County crash
4 Fast Facts
- Stephanie Shrock pleaded guilty to causing death when operating a vehicle with a Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance in the blood
- Shrock was sentenced to six years, but the majority of the sentence was suspended
- Shrock will be on supervised probation for five years and 340 days and spend three years of that on house arrest
- Shrock’s driving privileges will be suspended for two years
BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – A woman was sentenced to six years for her role in a deadly crash, but the majority of that sentence is suspended.
Documents filed on Wednesday say Stephanie Shrock, 33, will serve a total of 19 days from that six-year sentence (18 actual days and credit for one day served). She’ll be on supervised probation for a period of five years and 340 days, three years of which she’ll serve on house arrest. Her driving privileges will also be suspended for two years.
Shrock pleaded guilty to causing death when operating a vehicle with a Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance in the blood. Four other counts against her were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
On August 18, 2015, Jacquelin Harp, 45, of Lebanon, was killed on U.S. 52 near County Road 700 North. Investigators at the scene said Shrock was reaching for a cup of coffee, when she ran off the road, crossing the median and striking Harp’s vehicle head-on. The impact forced Harp’s car into a semi.
Court documents filed on November 13 show that Shrock’s urine tested positive for Tetrahydrocannabinol 1.0 ng/ml and Tetrahydrocannabinol-Carboxy 70.6 ng/ml.