Vigil Sunday for Glens Falls homicide victims
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- A vigil is expected to be held Sunday night for the woman and her young daughter who were found dead in a home Friday in Glens Falls.
The vigil is planned for 7 p.m. at the corner of Murray and South Street in Glens Falls.
This comes after the accused killer was arraigned in court Friday.
Bryan Redden, 21, pleaded not guilty to first degree murder, and two counts of second degree murder.
Police say Redden knew the mother, but right now, authorities won't say how.
"There's an ongoing investigation, as you can imagine, this is very fresh, so that's the status of the case at this time," said Jason Carusone, Warren County Assistant District Attorney.
Redden is due back in court Tuesday.