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Man pleads not guilty in alleged throat slitting case
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FARMINGTON — A man accused of trying to murder his estranged wife pleaded not guilty to a charge of attempted aggravated murder on Wednesday.

Kristopher Lee Ertmann, 24, of Kaysville, entered the plea in 2nd District Court. Judge David Hamilton then set a three-day trial for Dec. 16-19.

Ertmann was arrested July 23 after his former wife called police alleging he had cut her neck.

The couple allegedly met at a park in Fruit Heights after it had closed for the night to discuss the terms of their divorce. An argument ensued and Ertmann allegedly pulled out a sharp object and cut the woman’s throat.

The woman was able to drive off and call 911. She was taken to Ogden Regional Medical Center and underwent surgery.

mwilliams@davisclipper.com

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