Chatham burglary suspects plead 'not guilty'
Feb 09, 2012 12:04 am
Audra Jornov in the Register Star writes Christopher L. Anderson, 24, and Jeremy Bost, 22, of Ghent, and Joshua Spencer, 28, of Hudson, appeared in Columbia County Court, Tuesday. All three entered pleas of "not guilty" to four counts of first-degree burglary; Anderson and Bost pleaded "not guilty" to two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, in connection with a January incident in Chatham. Anderson is represented by David Seth Michaels, Bost by Ann Weaver and Spencer is represented by Steven Patterson. The charges arise from an alleged burglary at a private residence. Katrina Lewis, 19, and Shavanyce Q. Anthony-Lewis, 18, both of Hudson, were arrested and arraigned at the time of the incident, but District Attorney Paul Czajka said Tuesday, "they are not being indicted," according to Jornov. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for June 8. Jury selection will begin June 11. Read the full story in the Register Star.