Not Guilty Plea Entered In Stradivarius Theft Case

Not Guilty Plea Entered In Stradivarius Theft Case
(Milwaukee, WI) -- The second suspect in the theft of a 300-year-old Stradivarius violin from a Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra member is free on bail after pleading not guilty. Universal Allah pled not guilty to three charges including robbery yesterday. He's accused of providing the stun gun to Salah Salahadyn that police believe was used to attack concertmaster Frank Almond and steal the priceless violin in January. Salahadyn has also pled not guilty and remains free ahead of his trial.