A Baton Rouge Man Accused of Killing a Texas Man in 2018 Will Go on Trial in September.

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A Baton Rouge man has been assigned a September trial date in connection with the 2018 robbery and shooting death of a Texas man discovered in an abandoned house on Dayton Street.

Christopher Pender, 31, is charged with second-degree murder, armed robbery, and handgun possession by a convicted felon in connection with the death of Brian Allen Cook.

 

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Cook, 42, of Kyle, Texas, was discovered dead on Dec. 5, 2018 in the 2500 block of Dayton. The community is a small area located near the highway overpass between Plank Road and Interstate 110.

 

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State District Judge Tarvald Smith scheduled Pender’s trial for Sept. 12 this week.

Pender has a prior conviction for simple robbery in Baton Rouge state court, according to his East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury indictment.

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