Accused Fresno killer enters not guilty plea
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A man accused of killing a woman and stabbing a Fresno police officer entered his plea to multiple murder charges Thursday.
Michael Crockell, 25, remains in custody without bail. This photo was taken last week and shows Crockell's injuries from a confrontation with police.
Crockell appeared in court for arraignment. A judge asked that Action News not show the faces of those in the room. He pleaded not guilty to felony counts of murder, attempted murder and burglary.
Officers say Crockell stabbed Lisa Gilvary to death last week at an apartment in the Tower District. He's also accused of stabbing his girlfriend and a Fresno police officer. They both survived.
crimetracker, stabbing, fresno central, fresno, fresno county, local
- 4.1 earthquake shakes the Central Valley
- Vigil held for victims of gang violence in Porterville
- Former Clovis cop will face domestic violence trial
- FUSD fears losing millions for low-income students
- Marathoner Fresno police officer outruns serial burglar
- Gang member arrested after ABC30 story comment
- Clovis crash leaves motorcycle rider in critical condition
- How to make Christmas cookies and cocktails
- Merced Co. industrial explosion kills 1, injures 2
- Woman twerking serves as lookout for alleged burglar
- Chief Dyer testifies in excessive force trial
- Police say internet cafe doubled as gambling house
- Son sought in beating of parents in Fresno
- Silent Sleigh and Mandela Controversy