A Granger man convicted of killing two teens with his car in 2004 is going back to jail.
21-year-old Brian Feely was court this morning on charges he stole and drank beer while working at Hooters in January, which is a violation of his probation.
Feely was on probation for the 2004 deaths of Clark Goerke and Ryan Morris.
Friday, in court Feely took the stand and gave his side of the story.
In the end, the judge found that Feely violated his probation.
Prosecutors say they are happy this case is over but agree with the judge, it is one of the saddest and toughest cases they have ever had.
Eric Tamashasky, Deputy Prosecutor said, “We're satisfied that justice was done. It's never easy to be happy when two kids are dead but the judge said it best. This was a situation that was set up with a plea agreement and this was the outcome that needed to happen. We're satisfied that it did happen.”
The judge re-imposed the remaining 6 years that Feely had not served for the deaths of the two teens.
He was originally sentenced to 8 years but served only two.
It is unclear if Feely will serve the entire 6 years assigned.
He could get less for good behavior and enrolling in rehab programs.