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3 plead not guilty in Seattle bus tunnel robbery

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(The brutal beating was caught on video)

SEATTLE, Wash. - Three men charged with robbery in connection with the Seattle bus tunnel beating captured on video pleaded not guilty at their arraignment Wednesday in King County Superior Court.
     
The three would face up to four years in prison if they are convicted of taking the purse and other belongings from a 15-year-old who was knocked unconscious in a Jan. 28 fight with another 15-year-old girl.
     
The three remain in jail.

Bail is set at $100,000 for 20-year-old Latroy Hayman and 18-year-old Domanique Whitaker and $25,000 for 18-year-old Tyrone Watson.
     
The 15-year-old girl accused of the beating and robbery pleaded not guilty Feb. 11 in juvenile court. A 17-year-old boy accused of assault pleaded not guilty Tuesday in juvenile court.

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