A judge entered not guilty pleas for four defendants in three different Kansas City homicides.
Loyal Hayes, Matthew T. Hendrix, Troy Davis and Marilyn R. Davis were all arraigned yesterday morning.
Hayes, 23, is accused
of killing John and Joseph
mother's house at 4511 Monroe, and then wrapping the brothers' bodies
in garbage bags and stuffing them in a
shopping cart, which he allegedly left behind a home at 4501 Askew.
Hayes is charged with two counts of second-degree murder and two counts
of armed criminal action. His pre-trial conference is scheduled for
18, and Troy
Davis, 22, are charged with second-degree murder, first-degree
burglary and armed criminal action in the death of Michael
J. Tutera, a prominent businessman. Their pre-trial conference
is scheduled for July 8.
R. Davis, 37, was allegedly the getaway driver in several robberies
including one that resulted in the death of Cricket Wireless clerk Khamis
Saed. She is charged with
second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and two counts of armed
criminal action. Her pre-trial conference is set for June 24.