Convicted drunk driver Marco Muzzo set to seem just about earlier than parole board at present


A Toronto-area drunk driver who killed three youngsters and their grandfather is about to seem earlier than the Parole Board of Canada by way of videoconference at present.

Marco Muzzo was granted day parole final April, almost 5 years after the crash that sparked nationwide grief.

The board famous on the time that Muzzo appeared to have grow to be extra self-aware and was unlikely to reoffend.

However the panel denied him full parole, discovering that parts of his plan for self-management had been “comparatively simplistic” and relied an excessive amount of on his circumstances.

Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years behind bars after pleading responsible in 2016 to 4 counts of impaired driving inflicting loss of life and two of impaired driving inflicting bodily hurt.

9-year-old Daniel Neville-Lake, his five-year-old brother Harrison, their two-year-old sister Milly and the youngsters’s 65-year-old grandfather, Gary Neville, had been killed within the September 2015 crash.

The kids’s grandmother and great-grandmother had been additionally critically injured within the collision in Vaughan, Ont.

Their mom, Jennifer Neville-Lake, is anticipated to current a sufferer affect assertion at at present’s listening to.

“Regardless of the end result, nothing modifications for me,” she stated in a Fb submit final week.