Middleton Man Pleads Not Guilty In Shooting

BURLINGTON (AP) — A 24-year-old Middleton man has pleaded not guilty to assault and firearms charges related to a weekend shooting in which he also was injured.

The Essex District Attorney’s office said Michael MacMullen was arraigned Tuesday in his hospital bed at the Lahey Medical Center in Burlington.

Prosecutors said MacMullen shot and wounded 28-year-old Kevin Wolff twice in the torso after an argument early Sunday. They said MacMullen was hit in the arm when Wolff shot back. Both were identified as Red Devil motorcycle club members.

Police said the shooting happened outside MacMullen’s Middleton home, and he was arrested nearby.

Judge Robert Brennan set $10,000 bail and ordered MacMullen to stay at his parents’ home under GPS monitoring if he is released. He was ordered to avoid Wolff and any other motorcycle club members.

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

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