Not Guilty Plea For Man Accused Of Leaving Son In Hot Car

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Updated: 6/27/2012 6:26 pm
A not guilty plea has been entered for a Laurel County man accused of leaving his two-year-old son inside a hot car earlier this week.

Police say Kenneth Robinson's child was found Monday afternoon in a closed car on South Main Street in London in the parking lot of an insurance business.

The Laurel County EMS said the boy had been in the car for about two hours. He was taken to Saint Joseph Hospital for treatment.

Robinson, 33, is accused of wanton endangerment. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 3.

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