The three men charged in the August 15 shooting death of Matthew Shlonsky pleaded not guilty, The Washington Post reported.
Shlonsky, 23, a financial analyst and 2014 American University graduate, was caught in cross fire as he was exiting a car in the Shaw neighborhood.
They have been charged with second-degree murder while armed, assault with a dangerous weapon and charges involving injuries to two other adults and three children. Shlonsky’s killing was apart of a larger crime spree, including the theft of a vehicle that was used in the shooting.
King, Dudley, and Proctor’s next court date will be on July 15 at 10 a.m.