A Mequon man who killed three people and injured a fourth in a hit-and-run crash downtown last year was sentenced to 39 years in prison Friday.
Jasen Randhawa, 24, previously pleaded guilty to three counts of second degree reckless homicide and one count of second degree reckless injury. The court sentenced him to the 39-year sentence followed by another 16 years of supervision.
According to a criminal complaint, Randhawa was intoxicated and driving more than 30 mph over the speed limit when he ran a red light and crashed into an Uber driver's vehicle on October 23, 2016.
Randhawa was also driving on a revoked license.
Passengers in the Uber vehicle, Ashley Sawatzke, 30, Amy Taylor, 32, and Lindsey Cohen, 35, were killed. The three women lived in Chicago and in were in Milwaukee for the weekend.