LIMA — A man charged with murder in the weekend slaying of another man declared his innocence during his first court hearing Wednesday.“I didn't do it,” Deshawn Porter said as he walked into the courtroom at Lima Municipal Court for a bond hearing.Porter, 18, was charged in Sunday's slaying of Isiah Smith, 19, of Columbus. He also could face charges in the shooting of 35-year-old Santario Simpson, of Lima. Simpson was shot in the leg and is out of the hospital.Smith was shot in the head. His autopsy was scheduled for Wednesday at the Lucas County Coroner's Office.Judge William Lauber set Porter's bail at $500,000 and scheduled a preliminary hearing for June 1.Porter told the judge he did not have an attorney but his uncle was going to hire one. “I don't need one. That's all I'm saying,” he said.He also told the judge he was on disability and on medication but did not elaborate as to why he was on medication. While the hearing was brief, Porter had a lot more to say than other defendants. He also told people in the gallery he expected his release soon.“I'm going to be out of here,” he said.The shooting occurred Sunday evening at the intersection of West High Street and North Kenilworth Avenue. Investigators said they have yet to establish a motive. Porter turned himself in hours after the shooting.