Probation given in racing trial

NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) - Shaun Gilmore, the man convicted of three counts of racing was sentenced to ten years probation today for an accident that left three people dead.   But that's not all of his punishment. Judge Ed Klein added his own stipulations. Gilmore begins 150 consecutive days in jail on December 18th. Each year of his probation he will be brought back to jail on November 10,11 and 12th, the days surrounding the 2007 accident. Gilmore will not be able to drive for the first five years of his probation, and he has $10,000 dollars in fines and will have to do community service. The other racer, Antonio Martinez, was sentenced to 50 years in prison in February for racing and intoxicated manslaughter. The victims are Kenneth Riehl II,26, Kenneth Thompson,22, and Jose Tamez,18.