Abortion Pill On Pancakes Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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WAKEENEY, Kan. (AP) — A northwest Kansas man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend's fetus by putting a crushed abortion pill on her pancake has entered a not guilty plea.

The plea was entered Tuesday for Scott Bolling during his arraignment on a first-degree murder charge in the death of the 8- to 10-week old fetus. He is accused of causing Naomi Abbott to lose her fetus in January by lacing her food with the drug mifepristone. Bolling also is charged with aggravated battery and misdemeanor distribution of adulterated food.

The Salina Journal reports Bollig's attorney, Dan Walter, was granted an deadline extension for discovery of information.

During Bollig's preliminary hearing in July, WaKeeney Police Chief Terry Eberle testified that Bollig admitted to putting the drug on a pancake he served to Abbott.