(Springfield, MO) -- The man charged in the deadly shooting at a Springfield bus station last week was arraigned Monday morning.
Mohamed Dawod, 25, Glendale, Arizona, pleaded not guilty to one count of First Degree Murder.
Police say he shot and killed Justin Hall, 32, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, as he was waiting in line at the bus stop on E. Kearney Street.
, Greene County prosecutors filed murder and armed criminal action charges against Dawod.
Hall died at a local hospital from his injuries.
According to court documents, (attached below) police were called to the bus station shortly before 6 pm Thursday and found several people holding Dawod down on the ground.
Hall was lying a few feet away inside the lobby doors of the bus station.
Witnesses told police they saw Dawod pull a gun from his backpack and point a 22-caliber gun at Hall's back as they both stood in a line to re-board the bus, then pull the trigger.
A police probable cause statement said a friend of Hall's rushed over and along with others, subdued Dawod and took the gun away.
Hall and Dawod were both riding on a bus that departed from Amarillo and was heading to St. Louis, with a stopover in Springfield.
Several witnesses said they did not see any trouble between the two men or any disturbance before the shooting.
Others told police it appeared Dawod tried to re-fire again, but the gun jammed. Police recovered one spent shell casing and two live rounds from the gun.
The police statement also says Dawod told investigators he had limited understanding of English and wanted a lawyer.
Prosecutors are asking that Dawod be held without bond until a court hearing.