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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Man Pleads No Contest to Fatal Crash

The Smethport man charged in connection to a crash that killed an 8-year-old Shinglehouse boy in February of 2013 has pleaded no contest.

22-year-old Tieler Raymo pleaded to a charged of involuntary manslaughter, which was added as part of a plea agreement that dropped eight other charges, including homicide by vehicle.

District Attorney Ray Learn explained that the reason the no contest plea was offered is that experts have differing opinions on the circumstances of the crash.

Raymo is scheduled for sentencing on July 9. He remains free on unsecured bail.

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