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Trial set in hit-and-run case

(KNZA)--A jury trial has been set for a Manhattan man charged in a hit-and-run in April that left a Horton woman with serious injuries.

The Manhattan Mercury reports Nicholas Blaha pleaded not guilty Monday in Riley County District Court to charges of aggravated battery and leaving the scene of an accident.

His trial is set to begin April 23, just over a year after the incident occurred.

Authorities say Blaha was driving a pickup truck that alleged struck Amber Wilhelm early April 14th while she was crossing Bluemont Avenue in Manhattan, and then drove away.

He turned himself in to Riley County authorities in August, and is currently free on a $20,000 bond.




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