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July 31, 2013 2:54 PM

Ex.- Bluffton tow-truck driver charged with manslaughter must continue wearing tracking device

A former tow-truck driver charged in a Christmas Eve 2010 shooting death in Bluffton must continue to wear an electronic tracking device on his ankle, a judge ruled Wednesday.

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