Rios pleads innocent at arraignment of several charges

Rios pleads innocent at arraignment of several charges »Play Video
Rios is charged with vehicular manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident.
LEWISTON, ID - A Lewiston man accused of vehicular homicide said he's not guilty.

Kyle Rios, 24, pleaded not guilty in Nez Perce District Court Wednesday. He faces several charges, all stemming from a December car wreck that killed 53-year-old Paul Stuk of Peck, Idaho.

"First of those charges you with the felony offense of leaving the scene of an accident which is punishable of up to five-year imprisonment and $5,000," said Nez Perce County Judge Jeff Brudie. "The charges in count two is vehicular manslaughter which is punishable of up to ten-years imprisonment and up to $10,000."

Rios is being held on a $100,000 bond. His trial is set to start in June.