MAYVILLE, NY-- The trial of a man accused of killing a local school superintendent continues today.
Anthony R. Taglianetti is on trial for allegedly killing Clymer Schools Superintendent Keith Reed over an affair with Taglianetti's wife.
On Tuesday, jurors were shown several pieces of evidence, including a revolver that may have been used to kill Reed.
Other items found included a .22-caliber rifle, ammunition, Remington revolver cartridges, a Samsung phone, sunglasses and a laptop computer
Reed's former brother-in-law, testified in the afternoon. Scott Kolokziejczak told jurors when he called the superintendent's phone on September 24, 2012, someone else answered.
Testimony in the trial started last week in Chautauqua County.
Taglianetti's estranged wife, Mary, testfied last week about details of her relationship with Reed.