LEWISTOWN (WEEK) — The man being charged in the death of a Fulton County Sheriff’s deputy has pleaded not guilty.
Appearing in court Wednesday, Nathan Woodring, 42, is facing charges for first-degree murder and first-degree murder of a police officer for the death of deputy Troy Chisum, according to the Fulton County Circuit Clerk’s office.
Woodring requested has requested a trial by jury.
A judge in the case of a Fulton County Sheriff’s deputy killing has found probably cause against the man being charged, the clerk’s office confirmed.
Woodring is accused of shooting and killing Chisum on June 25. Chisum was responding to a call for battery and disturbance at the residence on Troy Road in rural Avon. A 17-hour standoff followed, resulting in Woodring’s arrest.
Woodring first appeared in Fulton County court June 27, when he is charged with first-degree murder, which carries a prison sentence of up to 60 years with no parole.