Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Alleged Killer of Clymer Superintendent Fights Extradition to New York
The alleged killer of Clymer school superintendent Keith Reed Jr. is fighting extradition from his Virginia home to New York state. Anthony Taglianetti yesterday refused to waive his right to an extradition hearing. Consequently a hearing will be set up to review Taglianetti’s extradition to Chautauqua County to face second-degree murder charges. Chautauqua County Sheriff Joseph Gerace tells news media the hearing in Virginia could delay Taglienetti’s return to New York by at least a month. They also have new evidence coming to light in regards to the Clymer Superintendent case. Surveillance video caught suspect Taglienetti at the Clymer school building looking for Reed a few days before Reed’s body was found outside his Clymer home. Witnesses say that Tagilenetti gained access to the building, was never asked to sign in and was asking a secretary for a substitute teacher application. It is now known Taglienetti was using this as an excuse to get more information on Reed.