Alleged Burien Cab Driver Shooter Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ Monday Afternoon

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The King County Prosecutor’s Office is reporting that Burien homicide suspect Jaspal Gill was arraigned Monday afternoon (Sept. 17), and pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ to charges of Murder Second Degree for the shooting death of an unarmed man in Burien on Aug. 28 (read our previous coverage here).

Gill allegedly argued with the victim, Harjit Singh, and then shot him multiple times.

Gill, 47, remains in jail on $3 million bail.

A case setting hearing is scheduled for October 4 at the Maleng Regional Justice Center.

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