Man involved in fatal DWI death of Lebanon woman is sentenced

William Dorlac

A southwest Missouri man is sentenced for causing a fatal DWI that resulted in the death of a Laclede County woman.

William Dorlac, 41, of Springfield, was sentenced to ten years in prison for the death of 65-year-old Deborah Coleman of Lebanon. 

It was in December of 2018 when Dorlac crossed the median of I-44, just south of Coleman’s hometown, and struck her head on.  Coleman died at the scene.  Her daughter said she was on her way to Springfield to give a quilt to a grandchild who just got out of surgery.