The second person charged in the stabbing death of a Pizza Hut delivery driver pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and first-degree robbery Wednesday afternoon.
Cameron Rashawn McClellan, 28, appeared via video in Fayette District Court for arraignment in the stabbing death of Salahuddin A. Jitmoud. The body of Jitmoud, 22, was found about 10:45 p.m. April 19 in the breezeway of the Walnut Hill Apartment complex at 3716 Trent Circle.
According to court documents, McClellan was "involved in the intentional death of the victim (Jitmoud) by means of a sharp instrument. During the commission of the murder, property was taken from the victim."
McClellan, who was being held in the Fayette County jail on an unrelated charge of first-degree robbery when police added the new charges, is the second person charged in Jitmoud's death. Police also have charged Antonio Lewis with murder and first-degree robbery. Lewis, 30, was a resident of the apartment complex where Jitmoud's body was found. He pleaded not guilty.
McClellan and Lewis each were being held in the Fayette County jail in lieu of a $10,000 bond on the robbery charges. No bond was set for the murder charges. Both men are scheduled to appear in district court for a preliminary hearing Thursday morning.