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Man Suspected of Killing Off-Duty Akron Officer Pleads Not Guilty

November 18, 2014  | 

Kenan Ivery (Photo: Raw Video)
Kenan Ivery (Photo: Raw Video)

The man accused of shooting Akron, Ohio, police officer Justin Winebrenner pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.

Kenan Ivery, 35, had a special hearing Monday where no bond was set. He was arraigned Tuesday morning on murder charges. The courtroom was filled with officers, including Akron Police Chief James Nice, ABC News Cleveland reports.

Police said Ivery shot Officer Justin Winebrenner at Papa Don's Pub in Akron  after he was asked by the staff to leave the bar for being unruly. Officers said Ivery went to his car and returned armed with a gun.

Investigators said Ivery shot five people, including Winebrenner,  who died at Summa Akron City Hospital.


Comments (5)

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Ima Leprechaun @ 11/19/2014 12:23 AM

Everybody has a right to carry a firearm now, these things should be expected.

Greg @ 11/19/2014 4:49 AM

Ima's still being a troll. This typical thug had a felony conviction in 2011. He could not legally own any firearm. He was a criminal and didn't care about the law. He had no right to carry any gun...how is this an "expected" result?

Sarge @ 11/19/2014 10:37 AM

Amen Greg, if they are willing to kill someone (murder is illegal Ima Leprechaun) is another gun law going to stop them? Use some common sense.

Sarge @ 11/19/2014 10:39 AM

Murder has always been illegal, how is another gun control law going to stop it?

Mac @ 11/19/2014 4:24 PM

Hey Ima dummy; any right to carry a weapon doesn't convey the right to illegally use it to including the murder of anyone and a convicted felon never has the right to carry a firearm. What possible thought process are you using to say "these things should be expected"?

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