Nebraska man accused in Fonner Park slaying pleads not guilty
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The man accused of killing a Lincoln man at the Fonner Park horse stables pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.
Logan Hunts Horse, 20, is facing several charges – including first-degree murder – in the slaying of 62-year-old Todd Scherer.
In a court document filed Tuesday, Hunts Horse entered a plea of not guilty.
On March 9, Grand Island Police were sent to the horse stables on a report of a man who was not breathing.
Officers then found Scherer’s body, which had a gunshot wound to his torso, in a tack room.
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Authorities identified Hunts Horse as a person of interest and found him sleeping in another tack room in the same building.
If convicted, Hunts Horse could spend life in prison.