The sentencing for a man convicted of hitting and killing a Colorado State Patrol cadet has been rescheduled. It was initially slated for Friday morning.
Christopher Gebers, 28, automatically faces a life sentence after he was convicted by a Boulder County jury of first-degree murder in Cadet Taylor Thyfault’s death.
Trooper Clinton Rushing was also injured when Gebers plowed into them as he was evading police.
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Gebers was also found guilty of 13 other charges in the May 2015 crash.
His sentencing was scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Friday. It has since been moved.
CSP named Thyfault a trooper after his death.