MAYVILLE, NY-- Jury selection in the trial of Anthony Taglianetti, the man accused of killing the Clymer Schools Superintendent, is set to resume on Thursday.
Jury selection was was abruptly adjourned Tuesday morning after the defense learned prosecution had some information they were entitled to and consider crucial to their case. The hearing was closed to the media.
Police say Anthony Taglianetti killed Clymer Superintendent Keith Reed last September. Taglianetti allegedly drove from Virginia, where he's from, to Clymer in Chautauqua County last fall, when he found out his estranged wife was in a relationship with Reed.