This undated photo provided by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office shows Michael David Dunn, 45, who is charged with murder and attempted murder in the Nov. 23 shooting at a Jacksonville, Fla., gas station. Dunn parked beside a sport utility vehicle 17-year-old Jordan Davis was riding in with three other young men and told them to turn the music down, police said. Dunn exchanged words with Davis, who was in the back seat, and started firing, later telling police he felt threatened. (AP Photo/Jacksonville Sheriff's Office)
The man accused of fatally shooting 17-year-old Jordan Davis pleads “not guilty” of first-degree murder.
Michael Dunn appeared in Duval County court today to enter the plea. He also pled “not guilty” to three counts of attempted first-degree murder he is facing relating to the three other teens in the car with Davis.
Police say Dunn shot in to the car following an argument over loud music at a Southside Gate gas station November 23. Dunn’s attorney has claimed there was a gun in the car with the teens, however police did not find one during their investigation.
Dunn’s next pre-trial appearance will come in February.