The former owner of a company involved in the fatal trench collapse that killed two men in Boston’s South End neighborhood has been sentenced to two years in jail followed by three years of probation. Kevin Otto, 45, was originally scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday, but the judge delayed the issuing to make the most “just decision” for the case....
A day after sentencing was postponed to give a judge more time, the former owner of a company involved in a deadly trench collapse will be sentenced.
The owner of the company involved in a deadly trench collapse that claimed the lives of two workers in Boston’s South End is set to be sentenced Thursday, a day later than originally expected. Kevin Otto, 45, the former owner of Atlantic Drain Service, was found guilty in October of two counts of manslaughter in a jury-waived trial for the deaths...
Sentencing Day for 2016 Boston Trench Collapse
A Boston business owner will learn his fate Wednesday at his sentencing after he was found guilty of manslaughter for the deaths of two workers who were killed in a trench collapse.