GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana judge has rejected a man’s plea agreement in a fatal 2015 car crash, frustrating the victim’s parents, who say they want the long-running case behind them. Twenty-three-year-old Justin Gladieux was driving a car in May 2015 when it collided with a truck in Elkhart County, killing his passenger, 24-year-old Nathaniel McConnell. Gladieux pleaded guilty in January to causing death while operating a vehicle with a marijuana metabolite in his blood. But The Goshen News reports that a judge rejected the plea deal Thursday, shocking McConnell’s parents, who say the crash that took their son’s life was an accident.