TV boss jailed for crash
Top TV executive Dafydd Evans has been jailed for three years after he fled the scene of a crash in which a motorcyclist died.
Evans was found guilty of causing the death by dangerous driving of Darren Beynon, 24. Read our story on that decision, here. Now the BBC website has reported on sentencing at Merthyr Crown Court on Tuesday, February 28, 2006.
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Evans, director of TV production company Tinopolis, who produce programmes for BBC, ITV, S4C and Channel 4, had been on bail since he was convicted at Swansea Crown Court in January. He denied fleeing the scene, after pulling out of a junction on the A40 near Dryslwyn crossroads, which put the car in the parth of Benyon's Yamaha. See more, here.