Man guilty in crash that killed Jolene Styres gets 90 days in jail

Clint Doolittle leaves the courthouse Monday (Photo by Trevor Doctor)

By Chris Pimentel Writer BRANTFORD- Six Nations man Clinton Doolittle will spend the next three years under house arrest and weekends serving a 90 day jail sentence after being found guilty of dangerous driving in the 2015 death of Jolene Styres-Doxtador. Justice Alan Whitten sentenced Doolittle Monday. Doolittle was found guilty of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle by a jury last November Justice Alan Whitten sentenced Dolittle to 90 days in jail to be served on weekends, 240 community service hours, and three years probation in the death of the young mother of two. The court room was split with family members. On one side were supporters of Doolittle, and the other side held friends and family of Jolene Styres-Doxtador. “I believe he is deeply remorseful, his isolation and…

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