Frank Reeves Pleads Not Guilty at Arraignment | Crime
Frank Reeves pleaded not guilty to felony murder charges Wednesday morning at his arraignment in front of Judge Howard Simms.
Reeves is accused of shooting 65-year-old Linda Hunnicutt to death outside a Macon gas station in December. The shooting happened after Reeves' wheelchair and Hunnicutt's car bumped in the parking lot.
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At the arraignment, Veronica Brinson, Reeves' attorney, waived a formal reading of the charges against the 73-year-old Macon man, which include felony murder.
She said Reeves pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.
Reeves was released from jail Tuesday afternoon. He was back in jail over the weekend because of a probation violation.
Judge Edgar Ennis issued a bench warrant for Reeves' arrest last Thursday because Reeves didn't have an ankle monitor installed before he was released on $100,000 bond last week.