LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A federal judge has set deadlines in the case of a Lufkin felon accused to have carried guns illegally.
Paul Randall Rhoden, 49, is accused of owning two guns, both .22-caliber rifles, despite being a convicted felon.
Rhoden pleaded not guilty Tuesday afternoon to a charge of felon in possession of a fiream. Court records show he consented to an order of detention and has hired Lufkin attorney Ryan Deaton.
Deaton will have until Aug. 15 to file a motion for continuance. A final pre-trial hearing is set for Sept. 5 and jury selection and trial is scheduled for Sept. 12.