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Laurel Motorcyclist Sentenced to Jail, Home Confinement

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LAUREL, Del.- The man who struck and killed a beloved teacher's aide with his motorcycle in May was sentenced in Sussex County Superior Court on Friday.

Matthew A. Kondash, 28, of Laurel, was sentenced to one year in prison and one year of home confinement, after pleading guilty to traffic offenses and criminally negligent homicide.

Kondash's motorcycle fatally struck 78-year-old Eleanor B. Pusey in front of Epworth Christian School on Sycamore Road in Laurel.

Kondash was driving without a valid license when he hit Pusey.

Pusey, also of Laurel, was a longtime teacher's aide at Epworth Christian School.

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