(Las Vegas, NV) — Ammar Harris, the accused Strip shooter, entered a plea of not guilty Monday at the Regional Justice Center.
He told Judge Kathleen Delaney he wanted to plead guilty, but his lawyer said that would be a mistake, so Harris returned to court and entered not guilty pleas.
Harris is facing three murder charges in the deaths of Kenneth Cherry Jr., cab driver Michael Boldon and a female tourist from Washington State.
Harris also pled not guilty to three sexual charges from 2010. He will be in court for those charges in July and September 9th for the murder charges. The murder trial is scheduled to begin Sept. 9.