Man accused of killing SCC Prof. Troy Wolff pleads not guilty

Monday, September 30, 2013

According to our news partner, The Seattle Times,

The man accused of killing Shoreline Community College Professor Troy Wolff in an uprovoked knife attack Sept. 13  in Pioneer Square pleaded not guilty this morning to charges of  first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder. 
Donnell D. Jackson said nothing during his brief arraignment. 
He is accused of attacking Wolff's girlfriend, Kristin Ito, and then killing Wolff when he intervened. The couple had just left a Seattle Sounders match and were walking near Third Avenue South and South Jackson Street around 10:30 p.m. when they were randomly attacked by the armed stranger, police said. 
Wolff, 46, died from his injuries the following day. Ito has been released from the hospital.

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