Hinckley man who admitted killing brother, sister pleads not guilty

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HINCKLEY, Ohio -- A Hinckley man accused of killing his brother and sister earlier this month pleaded not guilty in court Monday morning.

Dean Simms, 42, faces several charges, including of aggravated murder and murder.

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Prosecutors say he shot and killed his two siblings inside the home they shared on Babcock Road on Feb. 5.

Simms effectively confessed to the crime during a 911 call to a Hinckley police dispatcher.

He is being held on $10 million bond.

Simms' trial was set for April 18.

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