Update: Accused Raising Cane's getaway driver pleads not guilty

Published: Nov. 18, 2016 at 12:38 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 18, 2016 at 2:27 PM CST
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GRETNA, LA (WVUE) - One of the men charged in connection with the murder of a Kenner Raising Cane's manager pled not guilty to charges against him.

Mark Crocklen, who police describe as the alleged getaway driver in this crime, entered a not guilty plea through his attorney Friday and is scheduled to appear in court again on December 15.

On June 29, Kenner police say two men entered the Raising Cane's store on Williams Boulevard in Kenner to rob the restaurant.

Joshua Every, a former employee, is the man police say stabbed 21-year-old Taylor Friloux to death.

Every pled not guilty to a first-degree murder charge earlier this week.

The other man, Donald Gregory, is charged with second-degree murder, as is Crocklen.

Prosecutors have also charged Arianna Runner in the crime. Runner is accused of recruiting the men to join Every in the robbery.

Friloux's mother and family members were at the courthouse earlier in the week for Every's arraignment.

They say they'll attend every hearing to keep Taylor's memory alive.

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