Former pharmacist found with 25 guns, homemade bombs pleads not guilty

A former hospital pharmacist in Tallahassee pleaded not guilty in a case involving homemade explosives, 25 guns, body armor and hundreds of ammunition rounds found in his car. 

The defendant, William Head III, was arrested in March on multiple counts, including possession of a controlled substance, carrying an unlicensed and concealed gun, owning and wearing a bulletproof vest during some offenses, illegal use of explosives and violating a domestic violence injunction. 

Mr. Head previously worked as a pharmacist at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. A spokesperson told Becker's in March that Mr. Head has not worked there since Dec. 1 and said, "Beyond that, it is our practice not to comment on employment matters."

On May 9, Mr. Head pleaded not guilty to all charges, according to court documents. His next court appearance is scheduled for June 13.

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