Tears flow, plea agreement questioned at Grace Wight sentencing hearing

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Grace Wight stands next to her attorney, Jim Rosenberg, as she addresses family members and friends of Debess Rogers at her sentencing hearing Monday in Superior Court. She got suspended jail time, loses her license for seven years and must perform 200 hours of community service.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Dainis Grabazs, brother-in-law of 2016 crash victim Debess Rogers, shows the court one of the calendars that Rogers made each year with her photos and distributed to family members. Grabazs was one of a dozen people who spoke in court Monday at Grace Wight's sentencing hearing.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Debess Rogers's daughter, Andra Hall, holds a framed photo of her mother while giving her victim impact statement in court Monday. She was addressing Grace Wight, whose trial ended with a sentencing agreement.

MANCHESTER – Like a lot of women, Debess Rogers was a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and in-law, and a loyal friend to a diverse legion of

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