Kendall Carbon Monoxide Homicide Case Headed to Grand Jury

A nearly year-old homicide case in Kendall is headed to a grand jury.

David Wiley was arrested after Joan Gilman, and her son Richard, were killed by carbon monoxide fumes from a generator Wiley ran in the garage below their apartment.

Defense lawyer Paul Guerreri says Wiley was offered a plea deal last night, but turned it down.

Orleans County District Attorney Joe Cardone says the case will be presented to a grand jury later this month, and Wiley could be indicted on felony charges.

The charges at his arrest included negligent homicide and reckless endangerment.

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