Appeal Turned Down in Orono Hit-and-Run Case 

Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court has turned down the appeal of a man convicted in a drunk driving hit-and-run that killed a UMaine student.24 year-old Garrett Cheney is serving seven years for running down Jordyn Bakely of Camden on a street in Orono in January 2010.He was convicted of manslaughter.In his appeal, Cheney claimed there wasn’t enough evidence to support the conviction.The high court rejected his argument.