Three people -- including a Johns Hopkins University student and a recent Hopkins graduate -- who allegedly sold cocaine on the North Baltimore campus from a Charles Village rowhouse, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Circuit Court to charges of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
Judge Paul A. Smith ordered Jaimie Kim Kornreich, a psychology senior at Hopkins; Atsushi Yasuno, who graduated from the Hopkins psychology department in 1995; and Thomas C. Logan Jr. to stand trial Sept. 8.
Police arrested them after a March 7 incident in which Printice McNair was fatally shot during a botched drug deal.
Police believe the four were set up when they allegedly tried to sell drugs in West Baltimore to suspected dealers they didn't know. Kornreich, Yasuno and Logan jumped out of a second-story apartment window to escape.
Kornreich, 21, who police said lives in a suspected drug stash house in the 100 block of E. 32nd St., is still registered at Hopkins, a university spokesman said yesterday.
Pub Date: 5/14/97