Sidney slaying suspect enters pleas
SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) _ A 33-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons charges in a drug-related slaying in Sidney.
Jason Custer made his pleas during an arraignment Thursday in Cheyenne County District Court.
Custer is accused of fatally shooting Adam McCormick on Nov. 3 in Sidney. Authorities have said they think the two men were arguing about $160 in drug money.
Custer fled Sidney to Big Springs, where he was arrested later that day at a motel.
Custer remains in custody, pending $1 million bail. His next hearing is scheduled for Jan. 8.
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