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Duo pleads guilty in home-invasion robbery that left 2 dead – Waco Tribune

Barry Freeman, right, hugs Tommy Gage, after Gage’s son pleaded guilty to an aggravated robbery in which Freeman’s son, Braeden, was killed.

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Wilson Apartments murder suspect pleads not guilty

COLUMBUS, Ga.- Adrian Pollard, the man charged with the murder of 25-year-old Maurice McGhee in March at the Wilson Apartments plead not guilty to all charges in Columbus Recorder’s Court Thursday morning.

Pollard was charged with murder, possession of a firearm as a convicted felon and the possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Back on March 24, Columbus Police responded to a shooting at the Wilson Apartments and found McGhee with a gunshot wound. He was soon transported to Midtown Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

During the hearing, Sgt. Stewart Carter said that after authorities arrived and began speaking to witnesses that Pollard emerged as a suspect in the shooting. Sergeant Carter said that there was a verbal altercation between Pollard and McGhee, which may have been started over a woman who Pollard had a relationship with and who McGhee was dating at the time.

During Sgt. Carter’s

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Wilson Apartments murder suspect pleads not guilty | WRBL

COLUMBUS, Ga.- Adrian Pollard, the man charged with the murder of 25-year-old Maurice McGhee in March at the Wilson Apartments plead not guilty to all charges in Columbus Recorder’s Court Thursday morning.

Pollard was charged with murder, possession of a firearm as a convicted felon and the possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Back on March 24, Columbus Police responded to a shooting at the Wilson Apartments and found McGhee with a gunshot wound. He was soon transported to Midtown Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

During the hearing, Sgt. Stewart Carter said that after authorities arrived and began speaking to witnesses that Pollard emerged as a suspect in the shooting. Sergeant Carter said that there was a verbal altercation between Pollard and McGhee, which may have been started over a woman who Pollard had a relationship with and who McGhee was dating at the time.

During Sgt. Carter’s

Read more at: http://wrbl.com/2017/04/07/wilson-apartments-murder-suspect-pleads-not-guilty-2/