Former Ohio State Football Great Pleads Not Guilty In Connection With Road Rage Shooting

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A former Ohio State University football player pleaded not guilty on Monday to felonious assault charges.

According to the Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office, James Stillwagon entered the plea in connection with an alleged road rage shooting from Sept. 30.

Stillwagon was indicted last week on four counts of felonious assault for allegedly firing several rounds at another man’s truck.

Police said that the conflict spanned for 14 miles and ended in a parking lot off of William Street and U.S. Route 23 in Delaware.

Several bullets were found lodged in the man’s truck.

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