Randolph pleads not guilty

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By Damon Lawrence

Accused robber Mark Andrew Randolph pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in U.S. District Court last week.
Randolph faces five counts of robbery, five counts of using a firearm during a crime and one count of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
The court appointed attorney Jonathan Moffatt to represent him in the case.
Randolph is accused of robbing a Shell Favorite Market in Sweetwater, a Subway in Lenoir City, a Subway in Knoxville, a Sonic in Knoxville and Rocky Top Market on Bluff Road in Kingston.
His co-defendant in the case, Rufena Jean Bunch, is charged with one count of robbery and one count of using a firearm during a crime in the Knoxville Subway robbery.
Bunch pleaded not guilty at her arraignment on Oct. 17. Attorney Jonathan Wood was appointed to represent her.
Bunch and Randolph are scheduled to stand trial on Dec. 17.
The trial date is subject to change.