FARMINGTON -- A 31-year-old man who is accused of slitting the throat of another man entered not guilty pleas to charges in court on Tuesday.
William Thomas Dominguez is charged with first-degree felony attempted murder and interference with an arresting officer, a class B misdemeanor.
He is being held in Davis County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. He was arrested June 10 after he allegedly slashed the throat of a man, leaving a cut about 8 inches long and 1/8-inch deep.
Police said Dominguez had gone to the home during the early morning hours of June 10 to talk to his brother, but another man came out. They got into a disagreement and that is when Dominguez used his knife, officers said.
The victim refused to go to the hospital. Police said the injury was not life-threatening. Dominguez had not left the home when police arrived.
Dominguez did resist being detained by police and had to be Tasered twice, according to court documents.