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Possible deal for man in CT accident

Hartford, Conn. (AP) - An attorney for a man accused in a notorious hit and run accident in Hartford says his client may plead guilty. Luis Negron is accused of first degree manslaughter in an accident that paralyzed and later killed Angel Arce Torres. The May 2008 accident caused outrage after video of the scene showed apparently indifferent bystanders milling about as the then-78-year-old Torres lay on the road. Negron's trial is set to start Monday, but his attorney, Gerald M. Klein, said he "may have a resolution" with prosecutors. He wouldn't discuss the potential deal, except to say the charges wouldn't be reduced. The 33-year-old Negron initially denied involvement in the accident. But police said Negron admitted it after police told him his girlfriend had implicated him. Source: More Articles...


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