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Danville man, 19, facing sentencing in 2010 fatal crash
Cameron Dearborn, 19, is expected to be sentenced on June 7 in Rockingham County Superior Court.
Dearborn was ordered held without bail after a jury convicted him on March 29 of two counts of negligent homicide and aggravated driving while intoxicated for crashing a friend's car and killing Traficante.
Prosecutors provided a copy of the recorded jail calls to Judge N. William Delker to listen to prior to next Friday's sentencing hearing.
"This statement shows that he either did not testify truthfully when he said that he did not remember, or he is not being truthful when he claims that he was not driving," Johnson said in the court motion.
"(His) demeanor during the trial indicates that he was not taking the matter or his actions seriously," Johnson said in her argument. "He was playing with his cellphone and laughing and joking with his friends and family during breaks in the proceedings."
Defense lawyer Kenneth Bernard has yet to respond to the sentencing memorandum.
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