Janay Jackson's alleged killer pleads not guilty
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The man accused of driving his car through a home and killing a teen pleaded not guilty Monday morning.
Ismet Sijamhodzic's attorney represented him in court Monday for his arraignment. He entered a not guilty plea.
Sijamhodzic is charged with vehicular homicide after he allegedly crashed his car through a bedroom killing 17-year-old Janay Jackson on August 28th.
Police say he had marijuana and Xanax in his system when he ran a stop sign and crashed through Jackson's bedroom.
Sijamhodzic is expected back in court on November 13th for a status hearing. His trial date is tentatively set for December 10th and is subject to change.
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