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Man pleads not guilty to random attack on student

Man pleads not guilty to random attack on student

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Mary Richards reportingA bizarre attack is coming to light in Farmington. A 40-year-old man is in jail, accused of attacking a ninth-grade boy on the last day of school. He appeared in court this morning.

The victim's father tells KSL Newsradio his son was looking at his yearbook with friends when Warren Nathan Toone came up, punched him and started dragging him away by his leg. They say they had never seen him before.

In court this morning, Toone pleaded not guilty to the disorderly conduct and child abuse charges.

His defense attorney said he couldn't comment this morning because he hadn't seen all the police reports yet. Police have not commented on the charges either.


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