NORFOLK (CBS/AP) — A Quincy man charged with killing another man at a city bar who later died pleaded not guilty at his arraignment on Thursday in Norfolk Superior Court.

Paul Fahey, 42, was ordered held without bail.

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Keith Boudreau. (Courtesy Photo)

Keith Boudreau. (Courtesy Photo)

Authorities say Fahey murdered Keith Boudreau, a father from Quincy, in an attack at a Quincy bar on March 23. Boudreau was knocked unconscious and later succumbed to his injuries.

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Fahey was held without bail.

His next court date is August 25.

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