A Eugene man who will spend 10 years behind bars for manslaughter has no memory of the crash that killed an Oakland man, his defense attorney said today. Joshua James Davis, 27, was driving the wrong way on Interstate 5 in Canyonville when he collided with a vehicle driven by 44-year-old Victor Anderson. The accident occurred near Milepost 102 around 4:25 a.m on March 3. Davis pleaded no contest Tuesday to first-degree manslaughter and was sentenced to the mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years under Measure 11. “He couldn’t remember what happened till he woke up in the hospital. He …
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