Man accused of failing to stop for bus, killing boy enters plea

By: Staff
By: Staff
A judge granted the man accused of hitting and killing an elementary school student entered a not guilty plea Friday.

Scott Hancock (WRDW-TV)

Friday, March 7, 2014

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- A judge granted the man accused of hitting and killing an elementary school student entered a not guilty plea Friday.

Scott Hancock is facing homicide by vehicle and reckless driving charges.

Hancock was driving a van when he hit 8-year-old Jaidyn Williams Dec. 9, 2013, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office said.

Prosecutors said Hancock ignored the stop sign on the school bus, and hit Jaidyn as he crossed Belair Road.


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