Police have charged an eastern Kentucky father with wanton endangerment for leaving his son in a hot car for nearly two hours.
WKYT-TV reported Monday that the boy was rushed to a nearby hospital and expected to fully recovered.
Police Chief Stewart Walker says Mr. Robinson was "pretty shook up" over the incident and is "an emotional wreck." A witness who saw the boy in the car said he was red-faced and unresponsive. Other witnesses said the boy was alert.
According to ABC News, Robinson pleaded not guilty on Wednesday at his arraignment. He is scheduled to return to court on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
Last week an 8-month-old infant left in a car in Louisville died of heat exposure. Police have not charged the parents of the child, who was supposed to be taken to a daycare.