Thursday, December 18, 2014
Man faces to 4-8 years for fatal Schuyler crash
By NEWSChannel 2
HERKIMER, N.Y. (WKTV)
- The Rochester man who killed a Schuyler woman while he was speeding away from police along Route 5 in May will now spend the next four to eight years in state prison.
Daniel Conklin pleaded guilty in Herkimer County Court on Tuesday to the three top counts against him - manslaughter, assault and unlawful fleeing from a police officer.
Gail Pietruska, of Frankfort died in the crash and her sister Louise Medallis was seriously injured.
Conklin will be sentenced on May 2.
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