The man who provided the alcohol that led to the death of Laurel Williams will serve the remainder of his sentence after a recent DUI arrest.
Paul Stonebarger of Brentwood was ordered to serve three months in county jail last year, after a deal between the court and the Williams family.
Stonebarger was arrested in San Ramon in late May or early June and police here found out about it soon afterward, according to Pleasanton police Sgt. Robert Leong.
Stonebarger was charged with a violation of his probation and the judge "pretty much sent him to jail for the rest of his term," Leong said.
That's 270 days Stonebarger will face in additional time on the DUI charge as well, according to Leong.
Williams was 19 when she was killed in October 2007 in a drunken driving crash on Foothill Road. Her friend, Katie McKewon, who was behind the wheel, is serving a four-year sentence at Chowchilla State Prison for gross vehicular manslaughter and DUI causing great bodily injury.
Stonebarger originally faced up to a year in jail for buying large quantities of alcohol at a Dublin liquor store for a house party attended by Williams and McKewon that was held in Pleasanton the night before the crash.