Prince William Man Gets 25 Year Sentence For N.Y. Murder

Prince William Man Gets 25 Year Sentence For N.Y. Murder

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A Northern Virginia man who’s been convicted of killing a New York school superintendent over an online relationship between the school official and his wife will get 25 years to life.  In 2012, Rob Taglianetti drove 350 miles from his Prince William County home to Clymer, N.Y.  That’s where he fatally shot Keith Reed outside his house and returned to Virginia where he hid in Shenandoah National Park. The ex-marine shot Reed after discovering a sexually explicit email  between Reed and his wife. Taglianetti’s attorney says he will appeal the sentence.


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