Sandra Lonnborg, center, speaks to the media outside the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola, N.Y., on Friday, May 20, 2016. Lonnborg's daughter, Carly, was among five teenagers killed in a May 2014 car crash involving drag racing. She spoke after the sentencing of Cory Gloe, one of the drivers involved in the drag race. John Lonnborg, Carly's father, far right, and Carly Lonnborg's grandmother, Roseanna McGlone, center left, listen. (AP Photo/Frank Eltman) (The Associated Press)
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Nassau County Assistant District Attorney Maureen McCormick, center, speaks to the media outside the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola, N.Y., on Friday, May 20, 2016. McCormick was commenting on the sentencing of Cory Gloe, one of the drivers involved in a drag race in Farmingdale, N.Y., that killed five teenagers on May 10, 2014. Assistant District Attorney Stephanie Dellinger, right, and Assistant District Attorney Christopher Casa, left, listen. (AP Photo/Frank Eltman) (The Associated Press)
MINEOLA, N.Y. – A suburban New York teenager who participated in a 2014 drag race that killed five other teens may have hurt his chances for leniency with a series of insensitive social media posts including one that disparaged police.
Cory Gloe is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.
Prosecutors have asked a judge to consider the posts in determining whether to stick to an agreement to sentence the 19-year-old Farmingdale man to six months behind bars.
Gloe pleaded guilty in March to a 17-count indictment that included five manslaughter charges in exchange for a six-month sentence.
That same day, he allegedly posted messages including, "I'll be in and out faster than you can spin a doubt."
Gloe also got re-arrested on a weapons charge, which was later dropped.