Not Guilty Plea From Man Accused In N.H. Church Wedding Shooting

A man accused of shooting and wounding a clergyman and a bride during a wedding at a New Hampshire church has pleaded not guilty.

Thirty-seven-year-old Dale Holloway is accused of attempted murder, assault and other charges in connection with the Saturday shooting at the New England Pentecostal Ministries in Pelham.

Holloway was held without bail Tuesday. A bail hearing is scheduled for next week.

A message was left for a public defender assigned to this case.

There's no arrest record for Holloway in New Hampshire. The attorney general's office said he had a criminal record in Massachusetts.

The attorney general's office said 75-year-old presiding bishop Stanley Choate, who was shot in the chest, was in stable condition. Sixty-year-old bride Claire McMullen, who was shot in the arm, was released. Groom Mark Castiglione suffered minor injuries.



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