ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A woman who helped her fiancé and two other men escape from an Arizona prison has pleaded not guilty to killing a couple in New Mexico while on the lam.
Shackled and wearing an orange jumpsuit, 44-year-old Casslyn Welch appeared Monday before U.S. Magistrate Robert Scott in Albuquerque.
Welch pleaded guilty last week in Arizona to charges of helping her cousin and fiancé, John McCluskey, and two other men flee a prison near Kingman.
Welch is charged in New Mexico with federal carjacking and murder in the deaths of Gary and Linda Haas. Prosecutors say she and two of the escaped inmates targeted the Oklahoma couple at a rest stop in New Mexico for the couple's camping trailer.
Several members of the Haas family were in court.
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