Anti-Gang Activist Pleads Not Guilty In Park Hill Shooting
DENVER (CBS4) – A prominent anti-gang activist charged in a shooting has pleaded not guilty.
Terrance Roberts entered the plea Monday morning. He is accused of shooting a man during a peace rally in Park Hill last year.
Roberts is charged with attempted murder and for possessing a gun as a previous offender.
Roberts has said he acted in self defense.
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