It took nearly two years to arraign Pendleton because of other charges he faced in New Jersey and federal courts, said Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Games-Neely.
According to court records, Frankenberry was kidnapped by two men after he offered to give them a ride. The men beat Frankenberry, stole the 1987 Porsche he was driving and left him in an abandoned house in Jefferson County, records show.
Authorities said Frankenberry made his way to a rural road, where a passerby picked him up and drove him to Jefferson Memorial Hospital.
New Jersey State Police later spotted the car on the New Jersey Turnpike and a high-speed chase ensued, according to court records.
The driver, David Wayne Gibson, lost control of the Porsche and ran off the road, records show.
Gibson and his passenger ran into a swamp, where both were shot by New Jersey troopers, according to court records.
Gibson, who police alleged was reaching for a gun, was killed. Pendleton was wounded.
At his arraignment Monday, Pendleton pleaded not guilty to all counts through Public Defender Aaron Amore.