Shuaib pleads not guilty to second-degree murder in Hoffman Park stabbing
ALBANY, N.Y. -- One of the two teens charged in connection with the stabbing death of an Albany High School student last month enters a not-guilty plea.
Dhoruba Shuaib, 19, was arraigned in Albany County Court and pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder.
Shuaib is accused of preventing Tyler Rhodes from getting away while he was stabbed at Hoffman Park on April 30.
Jah-Lah Vanderhorst, 16, is accused of stabbing the 17-year-old Rhodes. He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on murder and weapons charges.
Shuaib and Vanderhorst face 25 years to life if convicted.