Two Lafayette men were sentenced to prison Thursday in two separate vehicular homicide cases.

Miguel Reyes, 43, was sentenced to 30 years in prison in the Jan. 8 death of 50-year-old Jeanne Tatman.

Fred Dutton Jr., 25, was sentenced to 10 years in prison with five suspended in the November 2012 death of 22-year-old Rachael Sonnier.

Reyes pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and third-offense OWI in the crash at Broadmoor Boulevard and Robley Drive, where Reyes ran a stop sign and killed Tatman on impact.

Dutton pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and second-offense OWI in the crash. He was driving 104 mph down Kaliste Saloom Road when he ran a red light at Rue Louis XIV and crashed into Sonnier, killing her upon impact while her young son — who survived — was in the backseat, prosecutor Jay Prather said.

15th Judicial District Judge Ed Rubin presided over both cases.