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A 21-yr-previous Dutchess County man pleaded not responsible to fees referring to a deadly Might street rage incident. 

Christian Walczyk, of Nice Valley, is accused of stabbing to dying 28-yr-previous Hartsdale man Daniel Siino in entrance of his spouse on the Taconic State Parkway in Mount Nice on Might 27. 

Walczyk was charged with first-diploma manslaughter and first-diploma legal impersonation, in addition to a misdemeanor cost of fourth-diploma felony possession of a weapon. 

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The two men were driving in the southbound lane when Walczyk allegedly pulled in front of Siino’s car and suddenly applied the breaks, which forced Siino to do the same. When Siino tried to pass him, Walczyk blocked him. 

The two men pulled over to the shoulder and left their cars. Walczyk allegedly walked toward Siino holding a fake badge while concealing a folded knife behind his back. 

When they were close enough, Walczyk allegedly stabbed Siino twice in the chest, cutting his own finger in the process, and then drove off and called 911 claiming to be the victim in a stabbing attack, District Attorney Anthony Scarpino Jr. said. 

Siino died on the side of the road. 

Wakczyk received treatment for the injury on his index finger and was later arrested. 

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