3Rd suspect pleads not guilty in shooting, chase

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By Mike Gertzman By Mike Gertzman
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A drug deal that ended with one man getting shot led to the lockdown of Terminal 4 at Sky Harbor Airport on Thursday afternoon, disrupting the travel plans for thousands of people. By Mike Gertzman A drug deal that ended with one man getting shot led to the lockdown of Terminal 4 at Sky Harbor Airport on Thursday afternoon, disrupting the travel plans for thousands of people. By Mike Gertzman
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PHOENIX (AP) -- A woman has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an attempted drug transaction and shooting in Tempe last month and a subsequent lockdown of a Phoenix airport terminal.

Maricopa County prosecutors say 18-year-old Rosetta Salazar entered the plea at her arraignment Thursday.

Her next scheduled court date is Nov. 24.

Salazar was accused of marijuana possession, conspiracy and use of an electronic communication for a drug transaction.

Two other suspects in the case - Layron Dejarnette and Louis Anthony Clark - also pleaded not guilty.

The two 25-year-old men both face multiple charges stemming from the Sept. 18 incident.

It led to a three-hour lockdown of Terminal 4, the busiest of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport's three terminals.

The lockdown resulted in 25 flight cancellations and delays of others.

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