Twist in Taglianetti Trial

There’s a twist in the murder trial for Anthony Taglianetti.

Jury selection had been scheduled to start this morning, but that’s been moved to Thursday because the Chautauqua County Public Defender has found out about new information that he says is crucial to the case.

Ned Barone says he learned that the new information was given to the district attorney’s office in March or April, but not to the public defender’s office. He didn’t elaborate on that information.

A hearing has been scheduled for Wednesday afternoon to decide what to do about the information.

Taglianetti is charged with second-degree murder for allegedly shooting and killing Clymer School Superintendent Keith Reed Jr. last September because he believed Reed was in a relationship with his estranged wife.

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