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School board president sentenced in hit and run death

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GREENSBURG, La. (KNOE 8 News/AP) - A state district judge has sentenced Livingston Parish School Board President Malcolm Sibley to a suspended 90-day jail term after Sibley pleaded no contest in a June 15 fatal hit-and-run crash in St. Helena Parish.

The 66-year-old Sibley entered his plea Friday to the misdemeanor hit-and-run charge in front of state District Judge Bob Morrison.

Morrison also sentenced Sibley to probation for two years, $500 fine and court costs

Sibley was accused of leaving the scene after his truck hit and killed 21-year-old William Cody Iasigi, of Liberty, Miss., while Iasigi stood next to the truck he was driving on La. 43 just north of Greensburg.

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