LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An Oldham County man was arraigned Monday in Jefferson County on multiple attempted murder charges from more than a year and a half ago.
Norman Dick is accused of firing a gun at random people while driving through Jefferson and Oldham Counties on Nov. 8, 2016. Two people suffered minor injuries.
He was arrested and charged with multiple attempts of attempted murder by the Oldham County Police Department the next day. In the arrest citation, investigators state Dick admitted in a recorded phone call to the shootings in Oldham County plus shooting incidents in Jefferson County.
The Jefferson County indictment lists six counts attempted murder, six counts wanton endangerment and one count violating a protective order. The indictment lists four adults and two children as victims.
On Monday in Jefferson County Circuit Court, a defense attorney stood in for Dick and entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf. The judge ordered a $100,000 cash bond and told Dick to not have any contact with any victims or witnesses. A pre-trial hearing was set for Aug. 14.
In an exclusive jailhouse interview on Nov. 9, 2016, Dick told WDRB News that he was innocent and that police arrested the wrong man.
“I’m not a killer,” Dick said. “You know what I’m saying? What you see is what you get here. I’m a beast in the streets. I don’t need weapons.”
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