Man charged with murdering man in LeClaire Park pleads not guilty

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Terrell Bloch photo from Scott County Jail

DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — One of three men charged in the stabbing and beating death of Romane Nunn Sr., 29, this summer has pleaded not guilty.

Terrell Bloch, 45, of Davenport, waived his right to a formal arraignment Thursday, Sept. 29, and filed his plea through his attorney, The Quad-City Times reports.

He and two others William Crawford, 42, and Durell Parks Jr., 34, are charged with first-degree murder and willful injury in the Aug. 18 death of Romane Nunn Sr.

Police say Nunn was in LeClaire Park where scores of people were playing the online game Pokémon Go when he was stabbed.

Bloch’s next hearing is on Oct. 21.