Man pleads not guilty in Oregon trapper's death
A 23-year-old man charged with murder in the death of an Oregon trapper pleaded not guilty.
The Gazette-Times reports that Travis Adam Powers of Windsor, Colo., entered the plea at a brief arraignment Monday afternoon in Albany. He remains held without bail at the Linn County Jail.
Powers and 20-year-old Daniel Lewis Armbrecht are accused in the July 29 slaying of 48-year-old Wayne Klavano.
Klavano died of multiple shotgun wounds, reportedly after an argument at his camping site in the Cascade Range.
Armbrecht, also of Colorado, is expected to be transferred to Linn County from a Utah jail later this week.
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