ROBBERY CASE: Not Guilty Pleas Entered

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A man convicted of shooting a Sioux City police officer has pleaded not guilty to charges in a separate case.

Twenty-two-year-old Jamal Dean entered his pleas this week to robbery, conspiracy and other charges. Police say Dean and two others were involved in a gunpoint robbery at a Sioux City home in April.

A few days later Dean shot Sioux City officer Kevin McCormick during a traffic stop. McCormick returned to work two weeks later.

Dean was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison.

His robbery trial is scheduled to begin February 3rd.