SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The 14-year-old accused of murdering and robbing 84-year-old Eva Fuld in her Grant Village apartment, was arraigned in Onondaga County Court Tuesday.

The teen is charge with two counts of second degree murder, burglary and robbery charges. He plead not guilty to all four counts.

At this point in the case, the court is treating the suspect as a youthful offender. The judge, Hon. Matthew Doran has set bail at $1 million cash, $2 million bond.    

Last month, the indictment revealed gruesome details about Fuld’s murder in January. Detectives say she was cut and stabbed 43 times after at least one person forced their way into her home. there have been no other arrests in the case at this time.

After Fuld was killed, her personal belongings were stolen along with her car. It is believed she was murdered on January 21, but not found until several days later.