BOSTON (CBS) –  The twin brother of the man who killed an Auburn police officer last weekend appeared in court Thursday to face a charge in an unrelated case.

Giancarlo Zambrano, 35, of Sutton was charged two years ago with larceny by scheme after he accepted $7,000 from a woman in Jamaica Plain to do vinyl siding work on her property, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.

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The work was never done. Zambrano was put on pre-trial probation last year on the condition that he pay all of the money back with half of it due by April 28.

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Zambrano initially failed to appear in West Roxbury Municipal Court Thursday and an arrest warrant was issued.

The warrant was later withdrawn after Zambrano appeared provided the court with a check for $4,000, bringing him into compliance with the judge’s orders. He must pay the remaining $3,000 before Oct. 28 or the case will head to trial.

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Jorge Zambrano (Image credit: Auburn Police)

Jorge Zambrano (Image credit: Auburn Police)

Zambrano’s twin brother, Jorge, shot and killed officer Ronald Tarentino early Sunday during a traffic stop in Auburn. Jorge Zambrano, 35, was later shot and killed by police after he wounded a state trooper.