John Creech pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the capital murder charge before Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin.
A man charged with murdering a 20th Century Fox distribution executive plead not guilty during a court appearance Thursday.
A convicted drug dealer was charged Thursday with the murder of a 20th Century Fox distribution executive whose body was found in the Antelope Valley in October, about 2 ½ years after he went missing.
New information was expected to be released Thursday in the death investigation of missing Fox executive Gavin Smith, whose remains were discovered last week.
Smith died under mysterious circumstances.
Gavin Smith, a former UCLA basketball player, was last seen leaving the Oak Park home of a friend on May 1, 2012.
Homicide detectives have taken over the case of a missing Fox executive after his car was found found in Ventura County.
Family members of a missing Fox executive are expected to canvass a large area of Sylmar on Sunday after reportedly receiving new information from investigators.
A report on E! online says missing Fox executive Gavin Smith was romantically linked to a Canoga Park woman whose home was searched.
A man said it was “highly unusual” that police served a search warrant at what is believed to be his home Friday — with guns drawn — in connection with the investigation into the disappearance of 20th Century Fox executive Gavin Smith.
A search warrant was being served on Friday in connection with the investigation into the disappearance of 20th Century Fox executive Gavin Smith.
Gavin Smith has not been seen for more than a month and detectives have few clues as to where the father of three and FOX executive might be.
The three sons of a missing Fox movie executive are making an emotional plea for his safe return.
The family of a missing 20th Century Fox film executive has set up a website in an attempt to track him down.
Evan Christian Smith, son of Gavin Smith — a Fox movie executive who has been missing for more than five days — tweeted Sunday “Still looking for him. I’ll never stop.”