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Latest On Andre Kaczynski's Criminal Trial

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SNOW HILL, Md. - 48-year-old Andre Kaczynski, of Ocean Pines, stands accused of being high on PCP last December, when he reportedly crashed into the Del Ricco family car, seriously injuring Baby Ava and her mother.

Tuesday June 5th, in Snow Hill, Kaczynski's attorney attempted to suppress statements Kaczynski reportedly made to police at the scene, at the hospital and following his arrest during his criminal motions hearing in Worcester County Circuit Court. The motion also called into question the search of Kaczynski's truck, and home, following the collision.

The Del Riccos and Baby Ava were in the courtroom, and we're told it was an emotional afternoon for the family. During the proceedings, the state's attorney showed a video-taped interview with Kaczynski, where he explained the events leading up to the crash on Coastal Highway.

However, after many hours of testimony, the judge denied all the motions to suppress evidence.

Kaczynski's original trial date had been set for next week, but has since been postponed to August 1st.

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