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Ronald Fisher, foreground, walks past his attorney Tim Whalen after a court appearance Monday at the courthouse in Lake Andes. Fischer, of Lake Andes, is accused of driving drunk and killing two pedestrians in Pickstown. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)

Vehicular homicide charges in dispute in Pickstown crash

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LAKE ANDES -- The attorney for a man accused of driving drunk and killing two pedestrians in a Pickstown parking lot wants the vehicular homicide charges against his client dismissed.

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