Calvin Dixson, the man accused of shooting a Fostoria mother and daughter last month, appeared in court Tuesday for an arraignment.
At his arraignment, Dixson, 37, entered pleas of not guilty to charges of aggravated murder, a special felony, and attempted aggravated murder, a first-degree felony.
His $1.5 million dollar bond was continued by Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff.
PHOTO BY ERIKA PLATT-HANDRU
Calvin Dixson (left) sits next to his attorney, Dean Henry, during a court hearing Tuesday afternoon.
Dixson was arrested July 29 in Cleveland, the day after he allegedly killed Lisa Stowers, 50, and injured her daughter Tyeesha Ferguson, 36, during a shooting in the driveway at a Bannister Street residence. Both women suffered multiple gunshot wounds.
Ferguson, Dixson's estranged girlfriend, had filed a protection order against Dixson before the shooting.
If convicted, Dixson could face life in prison without parole.