Man suspected of ramming, killing Corona-area teens pleads not guilty to murder

A memorial at the site where three teenage boys were killed in Temescal Valley when they were allegedly ramed by a man in a an apparent road rage incident. Valley News/Marc Danielian photo
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A Corona-area man accused of chasing down and ramming a car occupied by six teenage boys, three of whom died when the vehicle slammed into a tree, pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and attempted murder charges.Anurag Chandra, 42, was arrested last month following a California Highway Patrol investigation into the deadly collision.Along with three counts each of murder and attempted murder, Chandra faces a special circumstance allegation of multiple murders, potentially making him eligible for the death penalty if prosecutors opt to pursue it.Chandra was arraigned before Riverside County Superior Court Judge David Gunn, who scheduled a felony settlement conference for May 26 at the Riverside Hall of Justice.The defendant is being held without bail at the
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