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Judge Denies Bond for Va. Man Whose Son Was Found in Tank

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PULASKI, Va. (AP)- A Pulaski County man whose son was found dead in a septic tank has lost another bid for bond.

Media outlets report that Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge Bradley Finch denied bond for 32-year-old Paul Thomas on Wednesday. Finch's decision came on Thomas' appeal of a bond denial by a Juvenile and Domestic Court judge.

Thomas is charged with felony child abuse and neglect. One count is related to the death of Thomas' 5-year-old son, Noah, and the other is linked to his infant daughter, Abigail.

Paul Thomas and the children's mother, Ashley White, are accused of leaving the children home alone on March 22. The boy's body was found on March 26.

White also is charged with felony child abuse and neglect. She was denied bond last week.

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