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Lawton man pleads not guilty to first-degree manslaughter charge

LAWTON, Okla._Rashad Brady, the man accused of first-degree manslaughter after the fatal rear-ending collision April 9 is now in jail.

Brady now sits inside a county jail cell after pleading not guilty to a first-degree manslaughter charge in a deadly car accident. He appeared in court Monday afternoon following his arrest at his home on Saturday. The charge was issued Friday along with a warrant for his arrest. Brady is believed to have been behind the wheel of a car that drove into Helen Laurenzana on the night of April 9, as she waited at a stop light, killing her.

Brady remains in jail under a $100,000 bond. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 26.

4/25/2014 Arrest warrant issued for deadly accident

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