NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT/AP) -- A man charged with killing a Nashville woman, her mother and her teenage son pleaded not guilty in the September stabbings.
41-year-old Craig Garber appeared briefly in court on Wednesday. General Sessions Judge Cheryl Blackburn appointed a public defender to represent him.
Garber has been held on a $1 million bond since the killings at the home of 48-year-old Michelle Pinkowski. She, her mother Marylea Jordan and her 14-year-old son Jonathan Culpepper were stabbed to death.
Garber lived in the same neighborhood as the victims.
A court hearing is expected in about six weeks.
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