Rochester police have made an arrest in a homicide from last September.
Jamal Dade, 31, pleaded not guilty to second degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Alfred Oliver, Jr.
Police found Oliver, 24, inside a van on Aberdeen Street on September 13, 2008.
Police said Oliver suffered at least five gunshot wounds.
The van he was in had crashed into a fire hydrant. Police say it was also hit with bullets.
More than a dozen of Oliver's family members and friends were in court for the arraignment.
"We just happy, everybody happy because the person who did it got caught. Brought justice to our family," Aubrey Holmes, Oliver’s cousin said.
"The case is waived to grand jury, basically referred to superior court for further proceedings there. So, I anticipate that he would probably be arraigned there within the next week," Assistant District Attorney Julie Finocchio said.
Dade is being held in the Monroe County Jail without bail while the grand jury continues to consider charges.