- Associated Press - Thursday, September 10, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A man charged in connection to the stabbing deaths of two 18-year-old women inside a tanning salon 19 years ago has pleaded not guilty.

Multiple media outlets report 39-year-old Patrick Streater pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of first-degree murder in connection to the 1996 deaths of Tiffany Campbell and Melissa Chilton.

Police say Campbell and Chilton were stabbed to death inside the tanning salon where they worked. Streater was indicted on the charges years later in February 2013.

When the indictment was announced, Streater was serving time for robbery in a California prison. Last month, Metro Nashville police officers transported him back to the city to answer to the indictment.

Streater remains in jail on bond. A judge has appointed an attorney to represent Streater.

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