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Friday, March 10, 2006

18 year old man pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter in death of former Canadian Football League player

Kyle Iwanicki, 18, was the second of four defendants to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Kevin Baugh.
Iwanicki, the son of the chairman of Chicopee's board of assessors, will be sentenced next month in Springfield Superior Court.
Police say Baugh, a Navy veteran and one-time player for the Houston Oilers and the Canadian Football League, was a small-time drug dealer with a history of arrests.
Authorities say he was fatally stabbed and beaten with an ice pick and tire iron over a drug dispute with Iwanicki and three others.
Another suspect in the crime, Aaron Nugent, 22, pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter in connection with the case. A third man, Shane Green, is scheduled for trial Thursday.


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