Man accused of killing superintendent facing extradition
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CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Virginia man accused of killing the Superintendent of Clymer Schools may soon be returning to New York State to face charges.
The Chautauqua County District Attorney's office says its application to bring Anthony Taglianetti back to the area was granted by the New York Governor's Office of Extradition. Taglianetti has been held in Prince William County, Virginia since his arrest last month.
An extradition hearing must now be held within 90 days of his last court appearance, which was on September 29th.
Anthony Taglianetti has been accused of shooting and killing superintendent Keith Reed on September 21st. Reed worked for years in the Horseheads and Sherburne-Earlville school districts.