Bismarck man pleads not guilty to abusing infant

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Bismarck man has pleaded not guilty to charges of abusing an infant and possessing child pornography.

Charges against 32-year-old Andrew Glasser result from a police investigation into injuries to a 2-month-old girl. Court documents say there's physical evidence the baby had been sexually abused and had rib fractures and other injuries.

Prosecutors and Glasser's attorney, Bob Bolinske Jr., questioned a Bismarck police detective about the investigation into the case during a court appearance Tuesday. The Bismarck Tribune says Detective Scott Betz gave various reasons for the infant's injuries which police and a doctor disputed.

District Judge Bruce Haskell found sufficient cause for the charges. Glasser has been on GPS monitoring since Dec. 26.

Information from: Bismarck Tribune,

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