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SAC CITY, Iowa | A Breda, Iowa, man has agreed to a 45-day jail sentence in exchange for pleading guilty to providing alcohol to a minor involved in a crash that killed two teen-age girls.

Matthias Stork, 21, pleaded guilty in Sac County District Court to two counts of sell, give or supply alcohol to a minor, both aggravated misdemeanors. His sentencing was set for July 15.

Stork had originally been charged with two counts of felony supplying alcohol to a minor resulting in death. Both of those charges carry five-year prison sentences. According to court documents, prosecutors reduced the charges in exchange for his guilty plea.

A copy of his guilty plea showed that the recommended sentence will be 360 days in jail, with all but 45 days suspended. Stork would also be placed on probation for two years.

Stork admitted in his guilty plea that he supplied alcohol to Trevor Feauto on Aug. 22.

Early in the morning of Aug. 23, Feauto crashed a pickup truck into a car driven by Bailey Jacobsen at a rural Sac County intersection. Jacobsen, 16, and her passenger, Lindsey Quirk, 16, both of Wall Lake, Iowa, were killed.

Feauto, 18, of Clarksville, Iowa, has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide and awaits trial.

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