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Abou-Arab pleads not guilty in TFD deaths

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Ray Abou-Arab entered a not guilty plea in court. Ray Abou-Arab entered a not guilty plea in court.
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The man charged with multiple counts of aggravated murder and aggravated arson in the deaths of two Toledo firefighters has entered a plea of not guilty.

Approximately 15 firefighters were in attendance in the courtroom Tuesday morning as Ray Abou-Arab entered his plea. Family members of Abou-Arab were also there.

Abou-Arab could face the death penalty if convicted on the aggravated murder charges. A pre-trial hearing has been set for Thursday, March 20.

Click here for continuing coverage of the case against Ray Abou-Arab, as well as much more on the fallen Toledo Firefighters.

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