The three people charged in the murder of 44-year-old Alvin Hall entered not guilty pleas in court Tuesday morning.
Candice Pope, 27, Brandon Hambrick, 18 and 19-year-old Jordan Coleman, are accused of luring Hall into a car in the hopes of perpetrating a scam that Pope and Hambrick frequented in Atlanta where they would steal victims' ATM cards and pin numbers and then drain their accounts.
Hall's charred remains were found in a burning car on McGiboney Lane New Year's Eve. He was last seen alive earlier that evening in the area of Empire Park in Atlanta. He was an employee of the city of Atlanta and had a family. He had not yet been reported missing when his remains were located.