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Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Texas Officer Slaying

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    A Central Texas man has pleaded not guilty in the May fatal shooting of a Killeen police officer who was serving a drug-related warrant.

    The Killeen Daily Herald reports Marvin Louis Guy on Thursday pleaded not guilty to a capital murder charge.

    A Bell County grand jury on June 18 indicted Guy over the death of Officer Charles "Chuck" Dinwiddie. Dinwiddie and three fellow officers were shot May 9 while serving a warrant at Guy's apartment in Killeen. Dinwiddie died two days later.

    Guy last month pleaded not guilty to three counts of attempted capital murder in the shootings. He remains jailed on $4.5 million bond.