Don't have any sympathy for the guy, but 2nd degree for sure. CHANDLER -- An Arizona man has been sentenced to life in prison for causing a crash that killed an 11-year-old boy. Judge Karen Potts sentenced David Wiggins, 32, on Friday. He will be eligible for parole after serving 35 years. Wiggins was convicted of first-degree murder and other charges that stemmed from the 2011 crash. Police said Wiggins ran a red light and struck the SUV driven by Dr. Greg Katsaros, who was on call and driving to or from a hospital. The boys' mother was out of the country so Greg had the children. He didn't have a babysitter so he took them with him. Around 2 a.m. Chandler police saw a white Toyota coupe spin its wheels and fishtail when the driver suddenly pulled out of a left turn lane to continue northbound on Alma School Road. Wiggins ran a red light at McQueen Road and turned north where officers lost sight of him as he "sped through the neighborhood at speed reaching 100 plus." Wiggins curved back to Warner Road where he failed to stop for a red light at McQueen Road, colliding with another vehicle. Wiggins got out of his vehicle after the collision and tried to hide from officers. He reportedly became combative as they tried to provide aid and took "aggressive swings" at the officers. Officers reportedly struggled with Wiggins to gain control for rescue personnel to treat him for his injuries. Court documents state that Wiggins had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and had slurred speech and watery bloodshot eyes. Wiggins' blood alcohol level was .235 and there was amphetamine in his system.