Man in fatal Burnaby hit and run which killed Emily Sheane has been sentenced to 4.5 years – minus time served – and a 10-year driving ban.
Twenty-five-year-old Ibrahim Ali pleaded guilty last month to the March 9 killing of Sheane, a 25-year-old woman who was returning home from work when his Range Rover t-boned her car.
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In court this morning, Ali stood and read a prepared statement apologizing to the Sheane family, admitting he was scared, and a coward.
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Sheane’s mom was in court….
“Emily was one of those who went to parties but she always had a theme and had to had fun.”
Ali ran a red light at a Burnaby intersection not far from BCIT, and fled the scene before being tracked down at a motel in Creston.
He is no stranger to the law with 20 convictions over five years and most recently was sentenced to four years for his part in a gunpoint home invasion.
Ali is also a known UN Gang associate with a criminal record dating back to 2009.