Man accused of killing 2 Wisconsin men in 2019 was arraigned in Federal court

Garland Nelson, the man accused of killing two Wisconsin men in 2019, was arraigned in Federal Court on federal fraud and gun charges.  Nelson appeared before a federal judge in Kansas City for the arraignment.  He entered a plea of not guilty to a count of mail fraud and a recently added count of Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Nelson pled not guilty to the state’s charges, which include two counts each of alleged murder, abandonment of a corpse, tampering with evidence, armed criminal action, and one count of alleged tampering with a motor vehicle.  The trial will be held in Johnson County beginning February 6th of next year.