MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Jackieth Harrison, a suspect in the shooting of Mobile Police Officer Chad Wynne, plead not guilty today to six charges, including five counts of attempted murder.
Eighteen-year-old Harrison, is one of three people accused of a robbery at the Winn-Dixie on Government Street that left Officer Wynne critically wounded. Wynne's condition has since improved to serious.
The other two suspects, Collier Kirksey , 18, and Ronald Crear, 21, are still awaiting indictment in Mobile.
Harrison's attorney, Robert "Cowboy Bob" Clark, chose to have the bond hearing after the preliminary hearing, which is scheduled for two weeks from now.
Clark said he has not had much time to talk to his client. He said emotions are high right now and it's better to wait until things subside.
Harrison's family did not want to speak as they left the courtroom.
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