POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) -- A Pocatello teen driver has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter in the March death of a motorcyclist.
Eighteen-year-old Clayton Scott was charged in early May, two months after 50-year-old Darrell Garza died in a motorcycle crash.
At the time of the March 7 crash, police initially believed Garza lost control of his motorcycle and crashed.
According to court documents, the video shows Scott driving on March 7 when he allegedly failed to yield to oncoming traffic, causing Darrell Garza to lock the brakes on his motorcycle in an attempt to avoid a collision. Garza struck his head on the pavement. He was not wearing a helmet.
Scott pleaded not guilty on Wednesday. His next court hearing is in June.