A judge has set a trial date in West Virginia for the man convicted in Pennsylvania of killing Monongalia County Sheriff's Deputy Sergeant Michael Todd May.
Judge Russell Clawges has set Jerod Green's trial for December.
A Pennsylvania judge sentenced Green to 25 to 50 years for third degree murder in February 2012.
Green faces several charges in West Virginia, including fleeing while DUI, fleeing from an officer causing injury, and malicious assault on officers.
A man sentenced in Greene County, Pennsylvania in connection to the death of Monongalia County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Todd May appeared in a Monongalia County Court Tuesday for charges he faces in West Virginia.
Jerod Green, 35, pleaded not guilty to DUI third offense, fleeing while DUI, fleeing from an officer causing injury, and malicious assault on officers.
Green hit and killed Monongalia County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Todd May while May was working a DUI patrol. Green was sentenced on a third degree murder charge, as well as other charges, in Pa. in February 2012.
Judge Russell Clawges set Green's trial for the week of Oct. 22.