OCONTO - A suspect in the 1998 murder of Chad McLean stood mute at his arraignment Tuesday.
Judge Peter Diltz entered a not guilty plea for Charles Mlados at the hearing, according to the clerk of courts, as Mlados challenged the jurisdiction of the court. Mlados is charged with two counts of perjury and one count of first-degree murder.
Jury selection is scheduled for Feb. 14, with the opening statements and remainder of the trial expected to start Feb. 17.
Mlados returns to court several times before then for motions hearings, possibly including one for a change of venue request.
Fifteen years ago, McLean disappeared after a trip to Oconto County with a friend. The Green Bay man's body was found in a river in Abrams a month later. Mlados and Peter Hanson were arrested earlier this year for allegedly killing McLean. Hanson's trial is set for Dec. 3
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