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Bond Denied For Norman Man Charged In Stepdaughter's Death

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A judge has denied bond for a Norman, Oklahoma, man who is accused in the death of his 2-year-old stepdaughter.

During a hearing Thursday morning, a judge denied bond for 24-year-old Tyler Young. Young has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his stepdaughter Elizabeth.

8/10/2015 Related Story: Charge Filed Against Norman Man Accused In Stepdaughter's Death

Young will continue to be held without bond on the first-degree murder charge.

An affidavit states Young’s step-daughter, Elizabeth, suffered internal injuries. It also states the Medical Examiner doctors found two bruises on the back of her scalp, and they appeared to be fresh, but ruled the main trauma was to the 2-year-old’s abdomen.

8/7/2015 Related Story: Norman Police: Affidavit Reveals Toddler's Injuries, Step-Father Changes Story

A pretrial conference will take place next week between the lawyers. Young is being represented by a public defender. 

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