A man accused of an acid attack on a woman at a bus stop was arraigned for the crime late Monday.
Christopher Rahming, 41, of Tall Pines, was arraigned on a charge of use of deadly means of harm around 5 p.m.
Prosecutors say that Rahming caused dangerous harm to Appolonia Lightfoot on November 23 by using a corrosive substance.
Rahming pleaded not guilty to the charge.
Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt remanded to him to prison and ordered that he receive a psychiatric evaluation while in custody.
Rahming returns to court on December 17.
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