Pastor Convicted of Vehicular Homicide Finally Going to Prison

Pastor Convicted of Vehicular Homicide Finally Going to Prison
KENNEWICK, WA -- A pastor convicted of vehicular homicide six years ago for running over a Kennewick girl is now finally going to prison.

Randall Foos was extradited back to the Tri Cities late Tuesday night from Las Vegas. Kennewick Police told Action News Foos was arrested for an outstanding warrant of failing to appear in court.

He was convicted of killing Sara Casey while she was riding her bike back in 2003. Wednesday, Action News spoke with Sarah's mom, Lori Casey, over the phone. She and her husband Terrance gave the following statement:

"We appreciate the efforts of the Kennewick Police Department in making sure that he was extradited to Washington state to serve his time. We also support their efforts to protect the public from severely-impaired drivers."

Foos will serve a year and three months behind bars. He's already served one month.