Thursday, October 29, 2009

Shoemaker Enters Not Guilty Plea in Miller Death

The prime suspect in the strangulation death of Ravin Miller has pleaded not guilty.
Kathryn Shoemaker did not say anything during her brief court appearance in Plattsburgh Town Court yesterday. Her attorney, Allan Cruikshank, entered the plea on her behalf. At the request of District Attorney Andrew Wylie, she was then sent back to Clinton County Jail without bail. Shoemaker was charged with second-degree murder this week, more than two months after Miller was found dead in his Churubusco home.