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March 1, 2007

Albany -- An Albany man was sentenced Wednesday to six months in prison for the hit and run death of a bicyclist last May.

39-year old Gregory Charles pleaded guilty to hit and run and was found guilty in a bench trial of vehicular homicide.

Charles admitted he hit Robert Cutley May 13th as Cutley walked his bicycle across East Ogelthorpe Boulevard. Charles drove away leaving Cutley in the road. He was arrested two days later. Charles testified during his trial "I apologize to the family, and to my family. I wish I had stopped. But I didn't. I wish I could change that. "  

 Judge Loring Gray gave Charles a six year sentence, six months to be served in prison,  the rest on probation.

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