WOBURN (AP) — A man charged with playing a role in a botched robbery that led to the death of a Woburn police officer has pleaded not guilty to charges in a separate robbery.
Arthur Cinelli of Newburyport was ordered held without bail Monday in Middlesex Superior Court after pleading not guilty to charges including armed robbery in connection with the robbery of a Stoneham supermarket in November.
He has also pleaded not guilty to charges he sent his brother, Domenic Cinelli, text messages with advice on how to rob the Kohl’s department store in Woburn on Dec. 26, 2010. Authorities say Domenic Cinelli fatally shot Woburn police officer John “Jack” Maguire during the robbery. Domenic Cinelli was killed by return fire.
Authorities say the brothers robbed the supermarket together.
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