Driver sentenced in connection to Scott County crash that seriously injured 2 people

Mohamed Abdirahman Abdilahi Photo: Dakota County Jail. Mohamed Abdirahman Abdilahi

Updated: June 30, 2020 01:25 PM
Created: June 30, 2020 01:04 PM

A Shakopee man who was charged and convicted in connection to a June 2019 Scott County crash that seriously injured two people has been sentenced.

Court records chow Mohamed Abdirahman Abdilahi was sentenced to five years of probation and 150 days in jail, for which he was given credit for already serving 131 days.


Driver involved in Scott County crash that seriously injured 2 people is charged

According to the probable cause affidavit, a Nissan Altima, driven by Tracie Peterson, was turning from Highway 41 onto northbound Highway 169 when it was "T-boned" by a Honda Accord, which was driven by Abdilahi.

Peterson and her passenger, Hanna Peterson, both suffered life-threatening injuries, including multiple fractures, and had to be extricated from their vehicle before being taken to a hospital.

While being interviewed by law enforcement, Abdilahi repeatedly changed his story about the crash, according to court records.

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