LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The man
charged in the murder of a 15-year-old was back in front of a judge Monday
James Mallory had a hearing about
his murder trial.
Mallory, along with Cannon Pendergrass
and Anthony Hogan, are accused of going to a Shively apartment in April 2012 looking
for Kendra Wilson.
Police said Wilson helped plot to
kill Mallory the day before. Investigators alleged Mallory was
out for retaliation. While they were looking for Wilson, Wilson's son, Gregory Holt, was
shot several times.
Mallory said it was Pendergrass
and Hogan who pulled the trigger, "I'm not gonna tell you I wasn't there.
I went with them. I went and knocked on the door because Kendra had just called
me and asked me where I was at."
Mallory continued, "I was
going to confront her about setting me up and this dude up. I wasn't going to
kill Kendra and I definitely wasn't going to kill her son."
Mallory remains at Louisville Metro
Corrections. He is due back in court in September.
Wilson was also in court Monday
morning. She is charged with the attempted murder of Mallory. Police said
Wilson told William O'Bannon where to find Mallory in April.
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