The Kentucky father accused of leaving his toddler in a hot car says he's not guilty.
Scott Robinson entered that plea Wednesday through his attorney.
The Laurel County man is charged with endangering his son, Brady, who officers say was forgotten in a hot car.
The boy was in the car for about two hours, but is okay.
A Kentucky father is charged after police say he left his son in a hot car.
It happened Monday in the parking lot of the Patton Chestnut Binder insurance company in Laurel County.
The boy is okay, but his father, Kenneth Robinson, is charged with wanton endangerment.
He told police that he took his son, Brady, to work with him and forgot that he was in the car.