Another plea has been entered, in a case involving a Casper man accused of vehicular homicide.

Scott Coleman has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental illness to ONE felony DUI charge, that stems from a May 2011 incident, where he is accused of crashing his vehicle into the Goodstein Building in Casper, and killing ONE person in the process.

Law enforcement officers say at the time, Coleman had enough marijuana in his system to impair his driving.

Initially, a judge threw out the DUI charge, but then prosecutors re-filed after gathering new evidence.

Eighteen-year old Jeremy Webb was the person that was killed in the collision.

Coleman has already entered not guilty by reason of mental illness pleas, to charges of vehicular homicide and aggravated assault, and could face up to fifty years if convicted.

He is currently being held on one-hundred thousand bond and is awaiting trial, pending a mental evaluation.