Driver pleads not guilty to criminally negligent homicide in crash that killed Long Beach hockey player

Driver pleads not guilty to criminally negligent homicide in crash that killed Long Beach hockey player

A driver has pleaded not guilty in a fatal crash that killed a Long Beach hockey player in January.
Prosecutors say Mactyme Michel drove around the car in front of him, blew a stop sign and struck 18-year-old Gerrin Hagen.
Hagen was skateboarding to his car from the Boards of Cooperative Educational Services in Westbury. He died the next day.
Michel surrendered to police on Monday and has been indicted for criminally negligent homicide.
If convicted, he faces up to four years in prison.