A man accused of killing three of his Bellevue neighbors last fall pled not guilty in a Nashville courtroom Wednesday morning.
Craig Garber is charged with three counts of first degree murder for the September killings of a grandmother, mother and son.
According to investigators, 71-year-old Marylea Jordan, 48-year-old Michelle Pinkowski and her teenage son, Jonathan Culpepper, 14, were all stabbed to death in their Beech Bend Drive home, allegedly, by Garber.
During Garber's short court appearance he was appointed a public defender.
He remains jailed on a $1 million bond.
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