A North Platte man charged with holding paramedics hostage and threatening to kill them has pleaded not guilty.
Reports reveal 19-year-old Carlos Charging Elk allegedly lured paramedics to his home with a false 911 call in August. Police say he pulled a knife and held the paramedics hostage.
He is charged with terroristic threats, false imprisonment and
use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony.
Trial is set for Dec. 6.
Charging Elk is being held under $125,000 bond.
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