VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A Vancouver man who struck and killed his high school math teacher in 2009 pleaded not guilty on Friday to new driving charges just months after he was released from prison.
Antonio Cellestine pleaded not guilty in Clark County Superior Court to attempting to elude, driving while license suspended and taking a vehicle without permission.
A Washington State Patrol trooper says Cellestine cut off a tractor-trailer in traffic and then sped away when the trooper tried to stop him.
The incident came just two months after Cellestine was released from prison for a fatal crash into his teacher's bicycle in September 2009.
Cellestine was texting his girlfriend before the crash, and fled the scene.
Cellestine's mother says her son won't be treated fairly by the court system because of his history.
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