Medford, Ore. — Geno King, 19, entered a ‘not guilty’ plea in court on Wednesday, in three separate open cases against him.
He’s accused of being the shooter in a drive-by shooting that occurred on the 400 block of S. Columbus avenue. Police say a young woman was injured in the incident, which happened in late July. In that case, he’s facing four counts of attempted murder, four counts of unlawful use of a weapon, and one count of assault in the first degree.
King was arrested in Dayton, Ohio in November, during a police raid on an apartment building. Police say he jumped off a second story balcony to escape, but was apprehended shortly after.
King is being held in the Jackson County Jail on $1,050,000 bail. He is expected to be in court next on January 4th for all cases.