Taglianetti Won't Fight Extradition

The man accused of fatally shooting Clymer School Superintendent Keith Reed Jr. back in September could be back in Chautauqua County this week.

District Attorney David Foley says in a news release that Anthony Robert Taglianetti failed to file a writ of habeas corpus in Prince William County, Va., where he is being held.

Taglianetti, who refused to waive extradition proceedings after he was picked up in Virginia on September 28, is eligible for an “immediate return” to Chautauqua County to face a charge of second-degree murder.

Sheriff Joe Gerace says his office his making arrangements to pick up Taglianetti.

Reed was found dead September 24 outside his home. Taglianetti was named as a suspect a couple of days later, and was picked up the next day.

Authorities believe Taglianetti shot Reed three times because he believed Reed was having an affair with his wife.

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