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Breaking and other news for Mon., Feb. 24, 2014

Taglianetti receives maximum sentence for shooting death of Keith Reed, Jr...

The man convicted of murdering late Clymer School Superintendent Keith Reed, Junior in September of 2012 has been sentenced to the maximum in Chautauqua County Court.  District Attorney David Foley says 43 year-old Anthony Taglianetti the second received 25 years to life in prison in County Court this morning.  Taglianett was convicted early last November of second-degree murder for shooting the 51 year-old Reed to death.  Taglianetti was accused of intercepting e-mail communications between his estranged wife, Mary and Reed... who both met on-line... then at a professional conference in upstate New York in 2010.  After the brief tryst... they rekindled their relationship in the months leading up to the shooting.  After the shooting... TaglianettI fled the area back to his home-area of Virginia.  He was on the run for about a week before federal authorities caught him.

Busti fire wrecks home Sunday afternoon; investigation continues...

The Chautauqua County Fire Investigation Team is looking into the cause of a fire that's heavily-damaged a home in the Town of Busti.  Busti firefighters were called to the scene at 788 Wellman Rd. about 3:15 p.m.  Fire Chief Mike Volpe says they found heavy fire coming from the front part of the structure... and, they confined the flames to the front area... and, the second-floor.  Volpe says they called in several mutual aid companies to help bring water... and, manpower to the scene.  No one was hurt.  The two people living there are being helped by the local Red Cross.