The game warden who allegedly shot and killed a teenager from Greene County plead not guilty in court Tuesday.
A Greene County game warden is charged with killing a teen and now a key witness in the case is missing.
The Greene County game warden charged with killing a teenager after a routine traffic stop was supposed to be arraigned Tuesday.
Robert Ham, the game warden who shot Allen Cochran, made his first appearance in Greene County Court Tuesday morning.
A game warden has been indicted by a Greene County grand jury for the shooting death of a teenager.
The case involving the shooting death of a Greene County teen could be in the hands of the commonwealth's attorney.
The family of Allen Cochran, who was fatally shot Wednesday night, spoke to NBC29. They say they have been kept in the dark and most of what they know about the incident they learned from the news.
What started as a routine traffic stop in Greene County left one man dead, injured an officer and closed down a major road for hours Wednesday night.
Authorities now confirm a teenager was shot and killed along Route 33 in Greene County Wednesday night.
Friday night, officials are waiting to see if any charges will stem from a violent confrontation between a teenager and a game warden.
The Greene County commonwealth's attorney says he will be ruling in the case of a teenager shot and killed once he gets the final piece of the puzzle.