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Rochester, N.Y.-- After more than four hours of deliberations, the jury in the trial against Mark Scerbo was not able to reach a verdict Monday.
The judge ordered the jury to be sequestered and placed at hotels for the night and deliberations will continue on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.
Scerbo is accused of killing Fairport High School teacher, Heather Boyum. Scerbo allegedly struck with his motorcycle as Boyum was riding her bicycle along Route 250 in Penfield. The prosecution says Scerbo was playing "a cat and mouse" game with Megan Merkel who was following him in a car. The vehicle Merkel was driving struck Boyum after the impact with Scerbo's motorcycle threw Boyum off her bike.
He has been charged with DWI, aggravated vehicular homicide, manslaughter among other charges.
On Monday, a jury found Megan Merkel not guilty of vehicular manslaughter or manslaughter. However, she was found guilty on misdeamenor charges of DWI, driving without a licenses and other traffic violations.