Teen accused of shooting and killing man on RTC bus pleads not guilty

Royal Love-Camp, 17, appears Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. (Bradford Boyer/KSNV)

The local teenager suspected in the shooting death of a 20-year-old man on an RTC bus in December pleaded not guilty in court Wednesday morning during his arraignment at the Regional Justice Center.

Royal Love-Camp, 17, is being charged as an adult in the Dec. 15 shooting death of Jonathan Potter near Washington Avenue and Pecos Road.

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Police say Potter was on the RTC bus with his fiancée – the mother of his two young children – at the time of the shooting.

Love-Camp was present in court with his attorney and some members of his family.

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His family declined to speak to News 3.

Love-Camp pleaded not guilty to two felony charges including murder with the use of a deadly weapon. He also invoked his right to a speedy trial.

Love-Camp is due back in court for a status check on July 11.

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