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Teen pleads no contest to charges relating to hit-and-run death of Gavin Gladding

18-year-old Rogelio Alvarez-Maravilla, was charged with felony hit-and-run, manslaughter, and other related charges

UPDATE: A teen arrested in connection with the hit-and-run death of Gavin Gladding has entered a plea.

Rogelio Alvarez-Maravilla has pleaded no contest to the charges relating to Gladding's death, KMJ reports.

KMJ reports Alvarez-Maravilla was immediately taken into custody. His attorney told the court that his client has accepted responsibility for the incident.

Fernanda Lopez and Moises Valdez-Guerro, who were also arrested in connection with being accessories to the crime, pleaded not guilty.

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The California Highway Patrol has made two more arrests in the hit-and-run death of Gavin Gladding.

Gladding, a popular administrator at a Clovis Unified elementary school, had been jogging on Friant Road when he was hit and killed on Sunday, September 16th.

The accused driver, 18-year-old Rogelio Alvarez-Maravilla, was charged with felony hit-and-run, manslaughter, and other related charges for the killing of Gavin Gladding.

On Wednesday, CHP announced the arrest of Fernanda Jakeline Lopez and Moises Antonio Valdez Guerrero in connection with being accessories to the crime.

CHP says Lopez was in the truck when Alvarez-Maravilla hit and killed Gladding.

Detectives believe 23-year-old Guerrero made repairs to the truck, even replacing the windshield.

They say he knew it had been involved in the crash.

Both were charged with accessory to a felony hit-and-run and destruction of evidence and booked into the Fresno County Jail.

Lopez and Guerrero posted bail.

Alvarez is due back in court on October 24th.




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