Good evening I'm Jean Jadhon. New at Five: it was described as a joyride gone wrong. Today, the teenage driver who killed two people in a wreck on Merriman Road last November learned his sentence. Dominique Young will spend at most the next four years of his life committed in a program for youthful offenders. WDBJ7's David Kaplan was there the morning of the crash and in the courtroom for sentencing today. David, break this sentence down a little bit more for us. The Commonwealth's Attorney lobbied for a full, adult incarceration at a detention facility. Young was charged and convicted as an adult for involuntary manslaughter for his actions... On November 11th last year that killed Danial Buckner and Cody Elliott. Because Young was 16 at the time of the crash and 17 now, his attorney lobbied to have him sentenced to a youthful offender program as a juvenile. Judge James Swanson said he believed this sentence, a diversion program that requires commitment for non-violent, non- sexual offenses for people Young's age, was fitting. a 12 year adult prison sentence will be suspended indefinitely upon completion of a youthful offender program through the department of corrections that lasts no more than four years. Tonight at 6, we'll have a lot more on this sentence and we'll also take you inside the courtroom as we learned more about what happened in that car before it crashed and killed two people. Live in Salem, David Kaplan, wdbj7.