AUGUSTA – The Winslow man accused of stealing donation bins set up to help the family of a murdered woman appeared in an Augusta courtroom Wednesday.
Christopher Hodges appeared via video call from jail, and a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf at the Capitol Judicial Center.
Hodges is facing two counts of theft for taking donation bins from two different Waterville Dunkin’ Donuts.
The bins were set up to benefit the family of Melissa Sousa, who police said was killed by her long term boyfriend.
Hodges is already behind bars for an unrelated probation violation.
He will be back in court in January.