A "not guilty" plea was entered on behalf of Albert Rogers, 26.
Albert Rogers being led into court
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis man charged with murder in connection with a feud over a dog pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning.
Albert Rogers, 26, is being held without bond after the June 5 shooting death of Joshua Tucker, 31.
According to court documents, Rogers and Tucker were arguing when Rogers fired his gun at the victim.
Rogers was taken into police custody right after the shooting, but he was later released because he had a valid gun permit and both Rogers and Tucker had weapons.
He was then arrested on June 12, a week after the shooting.
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