A Salineville man has filed an appeal of his conviction and sentence for the hit-and-run crash resulting in the death of a 13-year-old bicyclist.

Back in October, a jury in Lisbon found 65-year-old Donald White guilty of two counts of failure to stop after an accident, one count of aggravated vehicular homicide, and cocaine possession.

White was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Earlier this week White's attorney filed a notice of appeal before the Seventh District Court of Appeals.

Authorities say the Salineville man was driving a pickup truck that struck-and-killed Aidan Wollman as the teen was riding a bicycle along Route 164 in Fairfield Township on October 23 of last year.

21 News found that White has a driving record that indicates violations ranging from not having insurance to driving with a suspended license to another hit-skip.

The violations resulted in 26 license suspensions.