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A kindergarten teacher accused of being too rough with a
student has pled not guilty to one count of child endangering.
Barbara William's attorney filed a not guilty plea for her Monday.
The court will set a pretrial hearing for a future date.
Williams was charged with a misdemeanor child endangering
charge last week in Findlay Municipal Court. The charges stem from an incident
caught on the school's surveillance cameras, in which Williams can be seen
grabbing kindergartner Ian Nelson and picking him up off the ground by the
Williams was charged after an investigation by the Hancock
County Sheriff was turned over to the city prosecutor.
Williams was suspended from her teaching job at Riverdale Schools
following the incident. The boy's parents have called for stronger charges against