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Christian Walczyk is accused of killing Daniel Siino.
A Dutchess County man has been indicted on fees that he stabbed a Hartsdale man to dying in a match of street rage on the Taconic State Parkway within the spring.
Christian Walczyk, 21, of Nice Valley is about to be arraigned in Westchester County Courtroom on Thursday to face charges that he killed Daniel Siino, a 28-year-old father, in Mount Pleasant on May 27.
A grand jury recently indicted Walczyk on felony charges of first-degree manslaughter and first-degree criminal impersonation, as well as a misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, court records show.
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State police arrested Walczyk the night of the stabbing and charged him with first-degree manslaughter. Police said Walczyk and Siino, who did not know each other, got into a road rage altercation around 10:30 p.m. that ended with Waclzyk stabbing Siino in the chest.
Siino stumbled back to his Acura SUV, where a passenger called 911 and began driving him to Westchester Medical Center, police said.
Troopers and EMS workers found the SUV and began treating Siino, who was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said.
Police said Walczyk also called 911 but left the scene in his BMW sedan. Troopers found him and arrested him.
Walczyk was arraigned in Mount Pleasant Town Court and has been held without bail at the Westchester County jail. His lawyer, John Pappalardo, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Siino was survived by a daughter, Olivia, who was one-and-a-half at the time, according to a GoFundMe page that was set up to help the girl and her mother. The effort had raised $45,686 as of today.
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