Phoenix Cop Says He's Not Guilty of Murder
October 21, 2010
Phoenix Police Officer Richard Chrisman, 36, entered a not-guilty plea to charges of second-degree murder charge for the on-duty shooting death of an unarmed suspect, reports MyFoxPhoenix.
Chrisman responded to a domestic-violence call at a South Phoenix trailer and allegedly pointed a gun to the head of 29-year-old Danny Frank Rodriguez, shot a dog and fired at Rodriguez.
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