Police: Light Bulbs Out On Exterior Of Reed’s Home
MAYVILLE – District Attorney David Foley and his prosecution team brought a number of law enforcement officials to testify in court Friday afternoon.
Lieutenant Vincent Gerace, of the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, was dispatched to the home of the slain Clymer Central School superintendent on Sept. 24, 2012, three days after Reed’s murder.
“All the lights were not working,” said Gerace, referring to the three exterior lights on Reed’s garage, which includes a “man door” entrance.
Fingerprint testing was inconlusive.
The prosecution also brought Paul Weber, the deputy director of the National Marine Corps Museum History Division, and Taglianetti’s former supervisor, to the stand.
Weber confirmed that Taglianetti had called in sick the day of the murder.