A Negley man was resentenced for a deadly, high-speed crash that killed a teenage passenger. 

Corey M.S. Evans, 21, was resentenced Monday to eight to 12 years for aggravated vehicular homicide and operating a vehicle under the influence by Judge Megan Bickerton in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. 

In July of 2022, Evans received the same sentencing after he killed 15-year-old Angelica Perkins of Salem during a high speed crash on Route 154 between Negley and Rogers on February 25, 2021. 

Troopers claim that neither Evans or Perkins were wearing seat belts when the Chevy Cavalier being driven by Evans went off the road, hitting a guardrail, going into an embankment and striking a utility pole before overturning. 

Evans suffered minor injuries, while Perkins was thrown from the car and died. 

Evans was driving under a suspended license at the time of the crash, and was also under the influence of drugs and alcohol. 

After his July 2022 sentencing, Evans filed an appeal to the Seventh District Court of Appeals in August of that same year. 

On Monday, Judge Bickerton delivered the same sentence, and ordered the term from this case to be served consecutively, with a separate case of 12 months for improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle and 180 days for domestic violence.

Judge Bickerton also suspended his license for life.