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Colquitt Co. man sentenced after fatal ATV crash

Gatlyn Peacock, 20, was sentenced to 10 years on October 3rd. (Source: Colquitt Co. jail) Gatlyn Peacock, 20, was sentenced to 10 years on October 3rd. (Source: Colquitt Co. jail)
COLQUITT CO., GA (WALB) -

A Colquitt county man who pleaded guilty to an ATV crash that killed his girlfriend will spend the next 18 months behind bars. 

Gatlyn Peacock, 20, was sentenced to 10 years on October 3rd. 

Janna Tucker, 19, was killed in the ATV crash in March of last year. 

Once he gets out of jail, Peacock will have to perform 200 hours of community service, spend 270 days at a substance abuse center and he must pay the victim's family for funeral expenses 

He will serve the remainder of his sentence on probation. 

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