Mother gets 5 years for crash that killed daughter

Allen will be on 6 years of extended supervision after prison

A Milwaukee mother has been sentenced to five years in prison for a drunken driving crash that killed one daughter and seriously injured another.

The judge on Friday also said Brandy Allen, 27, will be on six years of extended supervision when she gets out of prison.

According to the complaint, Allen slammed into a parked semitrailer early on Dec. 26.

Brianna Johnson, 10, who was riding in the front seat, was killed. Jahanyuh Allen-Stanback, 5, who was in a booster seat in the rear, was seriously injured.

A blood test showed Allen had a blood alcohol content of 0.107 percent. Wisconsin’s legal limit is 0.08 percent.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Allen pleaded guilty in April to homicide and injury while driving with a prohibited alcohol content.