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Rural Radio Network

A 22-year-old Kansas man has pleaded not guilty to
vehicular homicide charges for the crash deaths of four Iowa residents in western Nebraska.

Jeser Cisneros-Hernandez, of Liberal, Kansas, entered the pleas Friday in Keith County District Court. Cisneros-Hernandez is charged with four counts of motor-vehicle homicide,
reckless driving and driving left of the center of the road.

Prosecutors say he hit two motorcycles carrying two people each on July 1 near Ogallala.Authorities say 54-year-old Sheila Matheny and 61-year-old James Matheny, from Bedford, Iowa, were on one motorcycle. The other riders were 58-year-old Michal
Weese and 59-year-old Jerolyn Weese, who lived in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Cisneros-Hernandez’s next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 8.

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