Kentucky man pleads not guilty to killing a woman in Georgia

A man has pleaded not guilty in Kentucky to killing a woman he met at the massive "Rainbow Family" counterculture gathering in a Georgia forest.

Yesterday morning, 20-year-old Joseph Bryan Capstraw was arraigned in Hardin Circuit Court.

Authorities have said Capstraw confessed to killing 18-year-old Amber Robinson who was found dead on July 7th. 

According to the arrest citation, Capstraw said he blacked out after arguing with her and woke up to find her badly beaten.

Both Robinson and Capstraw were from Florida where Robinson was in the foster care system and Capstraw was homeless in Jacksonville Beach.

Elizabethtown police say they met at the gathering and hitchhiked from the Chattahoochee National Forest. 

The driver let them stay at his home.