SEATTLE (CBS) — A man charged with the shooting deaths of three young people at a Mukilteo house party has pleaded not guilty Monday to three counts of aggravated murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder Monday.
19-year-old Allen Ivanov, who is being held without bail, entered his plea at the Snohomish County Superior Court.
In the early morning hours of July 30, Ivanov, carrying an AR-15 assault rifle, reportedly arrived at a house party in a residential Mukilteo home where around 20 people were gathered and opened fire.
Three people were killed during the shooting: Jake Long, Jordan Ebner, and Anna Bui, all 19-years-old. Another person, Will Kramer, 18, was shot in the back while running from the shots.
According to the Everett Herald, Ivanov had been dating one of the victims, Bui, and had ended their relationship two months prior. According to Q13 FOX, court documents allege Ivanov was “jealous that [Bui] may have been seeing other men.”