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Campbell man pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter, DWI charges

A Campbell man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and DWI charges related to a crash that killed a local fire chief.

Robert Neally, 42, of Campbell has pleaded guilty to second-degree vehicular manslaughter and DWI charges, according to The Corning Leader.

Prosecutors say Neally had a BAC of 0.17 percent when the vehicle he was operating struck a motorcycle.



They say that motorcycle had been operated by 65-year-old Terry Hill, who was the chief of the Lindley-Presho Fire Department.

The crash took place in October 2018 along State Route 415 in Campbell.

Really could spend up to 15 years in prison following sentencing.


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