Man accused of threatening Carson City judge pleads not guilty; trial set for May 2018
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John Aston

via KRXI

CARSON CITY, Nev. -- (KRXI) -- The man accused of firing shots into the home of Carson City Judge John Tatro, and later attempting to firebomb his residence, pled not guilty on Tuesday, Sept. 19, according to the Carson City District Attorney's Office.

The D.A's Office says John Aston was arraigned before First Judicial District Court Judge James Wilson.

He pled not guilty to three felony counts and waived his right to a trial within 60 days of arraignment. Trial was set to begin May 30, 2018 and is expected to last for approximately two weeks, according to the D.A's office.

Aston, 74, is facing three felony charges: fourth-degree arson, aggravated stalking and discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling.

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