Man pleads not guilty in fatal stabbing of Raising Cane’s manager

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GRETNA, La. (AP) — A 23-year-man accused of fatally stabbing a 21-year-old manager during a robbery at a Kenner restaurant has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.

NOLA.com-The Times-Picayune reports (http://bit.ly/2gatPi5) Joshua Every, of LaPlace, also pleaded not guilty Monday to armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and three other charges in Jefferson Parish commissioner’s court.

Every is accused of stabbing Taylor Frilioux (FREE’-low) to death after he and co-defendant, 18-year-old Gregory Donald, of Kenner, ambushed employees taking out the trash on June 29. Authorities have said Every stood over a collapsed Friloux and stabbed her multiple times after stealing about $1,000 from the store’s safe.

Donald pleaded not guilty on Oct. 31 to second-degree murder, two counts of armed robbery and four other charges.

Two others also face charges for their involvement in the crime.

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