A Sylvania man was sentenced to serve up to 12 years in prison for striking and killing a bicyclist with his vehicle last year while intoxicated. Brian Urbanski, 37, appeared before Judge Stacy Cook on Wednesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court, where the judge sentenced him to serve a minimum of 8 of the 12 years in prison before being granted the possibility of parole. Urbanski’s driver’s license was also suspended for life, and he is forbidden from purchasing or owning a vehicle. Urbanski pleaded no contest on Monday to aggravated vehicular homicide. He originally faced four charges — two of aggravated vehicular homicide and two of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a controlled substance. He pleaded not guilty to all counts in November, 2021, and one year later, reached a plea agreement with the state. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that on March 6, 2021, Urbanski’s vehicle veered across West Bancroft Street in Springfield Township. He struck and fatally injured bicyclist Robert Rausch, 51, of Toledo, who was riding in the opposite direction. Mr. Rausch was pronounced dead at the scene, which was in the 7300 block of West Bancroft near Wimbledon Park Boulevard.