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Man Accused of Throwing Infant Off Bridge Pleads Not Guilty

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    Tony Moreno, left, has been charged in the murder of his 7-week-old son, Aaden.

    A man accused of throwing his 7-month-old son off a bridge into the Connecticut River has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.

    Police say 21-year-old Tony Moreno threw his son Aaden off the Arrigoni Bridge on July 5. A police affidavit states Moreno called his mother from the bridge asking her to pick up a phone with pictures of the baby and a stroller. Police say he then jumped over the railing into the river once she arrived with his brother and police officers.

    Documents show Moreno and Aaden's mother were going through a custody dispute. A judge denied a permanent restraining order against him days earlier.

    He appeared Thursday in Superior Court in Middletown. His public defender would not say if Moreno is planning to pursue an insanity defense.
     

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