A man convicted of manslaughter in South Dakota died Friday after serving more than 16 years in a Nebraska prison.
The Department of Correctional Services says 57-year-old Daniel Stetter died Friday afternoon at Bryan East Campus, where he was being treated for long-term medical conditions.
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Stetter was convicted of manslaughter, two counts of first-degree assault and driving intoxicated in South Dakota. He was arrested after a 1991 crash that killed one person and injured two others.
Stetter was transferred to the Nebraska State Penitentiary in April 2002.