Suspect Sought in Superintendent Murder
CLYMER, NY (WENY) -- The Chatauqua County sheriff says investigators have a suspect in the murder of Keith Reed; the Clymer School Superintendent, who used to teach in Horseheads.
Police are on the hunt for 42-year-old Anthony Taglianetti, who they say drove to New York from Virginia to kill reed, then drove back. He is still on the loose, and considered armed and dangerous.
Reed's body was found Monday about 150 feet from his home, shot multiple times. Investigators say Reed had been dead since Friday. They say the murder was personal, and not related to Reed's superintendent job.
Reed is a former teacher and Assistant Principal at Horseheads and Campbell-Savona schools.