Matthew Mire pleads not guilty to charges in Livingston Parish

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LIVINGSTON, La. (BRPROUD) — Matthew Mire pled not guilty to charges in Livingston Parish during an arraignment on Wednesday.

According to the Livingston Parish Clerk of Court, Mire pled not guilty to the following charges:

  • Two counts attempted first-degree murder
  • One count home invasion
  • One count theft of a motor vehicle valued at $5K or more but less than $20K
  • One count of simple burglary

Mire’s next court date will be a motion hearing on March 24th.

Mire is accused of killing two individuals in a multi-parish crime spree in October 2021. Outside of Livingston Parish, he faces charges in Ascension and East Baton Rouge parishes.

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