Garland Nelson Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Fraud & Weapons Charges
Garland Nelson, the man accused of killing two Wisconsin men in 2019, was arraigned in Federal Court on federal fraud and gun charges. Nelson appeared before a federal judge in Kansas City for the arraignment. He entered a plea of not guilty to a count of mail fraud and a recently added count of Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
Nelson pled not guilty to the state’s charges, which include two counts each of alleged murder, abandonment of a corpse, tampering with evidence, armed criminal action, and one count of alleged tampering with a motor vehicle. The trial will be held in Johnson County beginning February 6th of next year.