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The alleged gunman in the October Mountain State Forest shooting of Nick Carnevale appears poised to change his plea

Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez, whose trial was to begin next week, is expected to appear at a hearing Friday

Carnevale's parents face Judge Agostini (copy)

Judge John A. Agostini listens as Nick Carnevale’s parents speak in March about how the shooting has impacted their lives — and the life of their son. The man suspected of shooting Carnevale is expected to change his plea Friday during a court hearing — just days before his trial was about to begin.

PITTSFIELD — The alleged gunman in the October Mountain shooting of Nick Carnevale may seek to change his plea and avoid trial. 

A hearing for an unagreed change of plea has been scheduled for Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez at 10 a.m. Friday in Berkshire Superior Court, according to the court clerk.

Prosecutors have identified Delvalle-Rodriguez as the gunman who allegedly shot Carnevale twice in the head at a party at October Mountain State Forest in Washington on Aug.

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Amanda Burke can be reached at aburke@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6296.

Cops and Courts Reporter

Amanda Burke is Cops and Courts Reporter for The Berkshire Eagle. An Ithaca, New York native, she previously worked at The Herald News of Fall River and the Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise.

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