Rios pleads innocent at arraignment of several charges

Rios pleads innocent at arraignment of several charges
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.