Odilon Paz-Salvador withdrew his guilty plea Friday in the murder case of Lexington lawyer Mark Hinkel. Skid marks could be seen in May 2015 at the site where Hinkel, bottom, was struck and died after being hit by a vehicle driven by Paz-Salvador, top. Hinkel was hit while participating in the Horsey Hundred cycling event in Scott County.
Odilon Paz-Salvador withdrew his guilty plea Friday in the murder case of Lexington lawyer Mark Hinkel. Skid marks could be seen in May 2015 at the site where Hinkel, bottom, was struck and died after being hit by a vehicle driven by Paz-Salvador, top. Hinkel was hit while participating in the Horsey Hundred cycling event in Scott County. Mary Meehan
Odilon Paz-Salvador withdrew his guilty plea Friday in the murder case of Lexington lawyer Mark Hinkel. Skid marks could be seen in May 2015 at the site where Hinkel, bottom, was struck and died after being hit by a vehicle driven by Paz-Salvador, top. Hinkel was hit while participating in the Horsey Hundred cycling event in Scott County. Mary Meehan

‘I don’t think it’s fair.’ He pleaded guilty to cyclist’s murder, then changed his mind.

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