Not guilty pleas entered for men charged in homicide outside Dane County Jail

MADISON, Wis. — Not guilty pleas were entered Friday for two men charged in a deadly shooting outside the Dane County Jail last month, online court records show.

Amond Galtney, 25, and Demone Cummins, 21, are accused of shooting Dwayne Lee Collins Jr., 32 of Fitchburg multiple times as he left the jail following a court appearance earlier in the day. Police said they recovered more than a dozen shell casings from the scene. Collins was ultimately pronounced dead at a local hospital just over half an hour after the shooting.

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Galtney is charged with first-degree intentional homicide as a party to a crime and attempting to operate a vehicle to flee or elude an officer, both charges are felonies. Cummins is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, possession of more than three-to-ten grams of heroin with intent to distribute and illegally selling, possessing, using or transporting machine guns.