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Phoenix man pleads guilty to manslaughter in wrongful death of bicyclist

by Administrator 8. July 2010 03:46

Tuesday, 24-year old Timothy M. Kissida plead guilty to charges of manslaughter in the wrongful death of 52-year old Charles Waldrop last August.

Kissida was driving his BMW when he ran into Waldrop on his bicycle on August 8th, 2009.  Waldrop died in the accident.  Later that day, Kissida went to the Cash for Clunkers program to try to trade in his car, which he said was damaged after hitting a javelina.  Police later arrested Kissida after an tip to the department.  Phoenix police say Waldrop's bike had lights and reflectors.

Kissida also plead guilty to leaving the scene of an accident and tampering with evidence.

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