FAIRFIELD — The 20-year-old Vacaville man who joined several friends in the deadly 2011 heist of the Travis Dairy in Fairfield pleaded not guilty Thursday to a felony gun possession charge.
Dezmon “Young D” Frazier was awaiting sentencing on an involuntary manslaughter and burglary charge for the Travis Dairy theft when Vacaville police arrested him outside an Alamo Drive apartment on the night of July 1 and said they found Frazier packing a loaded semi-automatic handgun.
Frazier, who posted bail shortly after his arrest on the gun charge, was a no-show for his arraignment earlier this week. Vacaville police caught up to him Wednesday.
During his brief court appearance, Frazier was ordered to remain locked up without bail until he is sentenced on the Travis Dairy case. That sentencing will likely not take place before the pending jury trial for one of the accomplices in the case who faces a murder charge.
Frazier was ordered to return to court July 28 to schedule a probable cause hearing for the gun case.
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