QUINCY — A Quincy man arrested after a reported home invasion last week has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges.
Kaytrise L. Fitch, 27, on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to charges of home invasion, vehicular invasion and aggravated domestic battery.
Fitch was arrested Sept. 28 after Quincy Police Department officers responded to the 900 block of State for a reported home invasion and found a person there with moderate injuries. The department said officers obtained a description of the person and found him, identifying him as Fitch.
During the investigation, officers learned of another disturbance that Fitch reportedly was involved in an hour earlier in the 900 block of Hampshire. One person suffered minor injuries in that incident.
Charging documents show that Fitch allegedly entered a home and struck a man in the face. Charges also allege that he entered or reached in a vehicle that was occupied with the intent to commit a felony. He also reportedly strangled a person during one of the incidents.
Fitch's case was placed on the December jury trial docket. He is set to return to court on Nov. 17 for a status hearing.
He continues to be held in the Adams County Jail on $90,000 bond.