Roy Lee Maney (left) stood next to his attorney, Mark Dupree, as charges were read and explained by Judge Brenda Cameron during his plea hearing at Johnson County District Court in February. Maney was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in prison in the 2013 crash that killed former Chiefs cheerleader Tiffany Mogenson.
Roy Lee Maney (left) stood next to his attorney, Mark Dupree, as charges were read and explained by Judge Brenda Cameron during his plea hearing at Johnson County District Court in February. Maney was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in prison in the 2013 crash that killed former Chiefs cheerleader Tiffany Mogenson. File photo by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Roy Lee Maney (left) stood next to his attorney, Mark Dupree, as charges were read and explained by Judge Brenda Cameron during his plea hearing at Johnson County District Court in February. Maney was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in prison in the 2013 crash that killed former Chiefs cheerleader Tiffany Mogenson. File photo by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

Man sentenced to 15 years in death of former KC Chiefs cheerleader

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