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A Fort Dodge man accused of shooting and killing 46-year-old Montreal Dungy last Christmas in Fort Dodge has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and has demanded the right to a speedy trial.

Lakendrick Mosley, 31, is one of the co-defendants in the murder case. His younger half-brother Darwin Green, 27, has also been charged with first degree murder.

In the early morning hours of December 25, 2024, investigators say, Moseley approached Dungy, who was sitting in his car in the 1000 block of 10th Avenue Southwest, and shot him multiple times in the head and chest. “Close to the void.” Mosley then allegedly fled the scene with Green driving the getaway car.

Moseley and Greene were eventually identified as the suspects in the crime and arrested in late March after a manhunt that stretched into southern Minnesota.

On Friday, Mosley entered a written plea of ​​not guilty and claimed the right to a speedy trial. A trial is tentatively scheduled for May 23.

Last week, the Mason City Public Defender’s Office, which was appointed to represent Mosley, requested that the district court reassign Mosley’s case, stating that it was unable to handle the case due to “Temporary caseload”.

County Court Judge Angela Doyle granted the request and reassigned the case to the Carroll County Public Defender’s Office.

Green is scheduled to be charged on April 24.

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