Greeneville ‘spree killer’ suspect pleads not guilty in Florida


POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WJHL) – The suspect accused of killing three people, one of whom was a Greeneville man, has pleaded not guilty in Polk County, Florida.

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According to court documents, Stanley Mossburg pleaded not guilty on November 18 in the Polk County Circuit Court.

Mossburg’s case will now be decided by trial by jury.

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Mossburg, 35, was arrested in Winter Haven, Florida in October after a manhunt was conducted to locate and apprehend him.

Mossburg is accused of killing Christopher Short of Greeneville on October 1 at the Celebrity Coin Laundry.

Authorities believe he then fled the state and then allegedly killed two roommates in Polk County on October 13.

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