Teen accused of shooting and killing man on RTC bus pleads not guilty
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
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.
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.
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.