Cadedra Cook, 18, and Eddie Clark, 15, did not physically appear before a judge during their arraignment in Polk County Superior Court.
They were kept in a holding cell downstairs in the courthouse, according to court officials.
However, attorneys entered pleas of not guilty to the charge of murder.
Cook, of 229 Thompson St., Cedartown, and Clark, who was staying with her at the time, are charged in the brutal June 7 stabbing and bludgeoning death of Elizabeth Rae Hutcheson, 27, while she was making a delivery for Domino’s Pizza to the home.
Both were denied bond in earlier court proceedings. Clark will be tried as an adult.
Cook and Clark were indicted in a special presentment by the Polk County Grand Jury in July on charges of malice murder, felony murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault, and obstruction.
According to the indictment, both are accused of stabbing and beating Hutchison with a golf club. The indictment also accuses them of stealing her pizza money.
While the amount of money has never been publicly disclosed, Domino’s policy is for deliver workers to carry less than $20.
Cook and Clark were apprehended June 8 after a manhunt led officers to a field on the property of the Old Hale Manufacturing Building on Lafayette Street, according to officials.
Editor's note: there is currently no photo of Eddie Clark available