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McLaughlin man enters assault case plea; no trial date set

PIERRE (AP) -- A McLaughlin man accused of assaulting another man with shod feet has pleaded not guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon. A trial date hasn't been set for 23-year-old Sinjin Cameron. If convicted, Cameron faces up to 10 years in...

PIERRE (AP) - A McLaughlin man accused of assaulting another man with shod feet has pleaded not guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon.

A trial date hasn't been set for 23-year-old Sinjin Cameron. If convicted, Cameron faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, plus three years of supervised release.

The charge stems from a May 2016 incident. Authorities say Cameron assaulted an adult man with shod feet.

An attorney for Cameron didn't immediately return a telephone message requesting comment.

Cameron is under the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service.

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