Arraignment for 3 men after Woburn police shooting
WOBURN, Mass. -- Three men are scheduled to be arraigned on charges stemming from the armed robbery of Kohl's department store in Woburn, where police officer Jack Maguire was fatally shot.
Dominic Cinelli, a career criminal who had been granted parole in 2008, shot and killed Maguire during the botched Dec. 26 robbery. Cinelli was killed by police during a shootout.
His brother, 50-year-old Arthur Cinelli of Newburyport is scheduled to be arraigned in Woburn Superior Court on Wednesday on conspiracy to commit masked armed robbery and accessory before the fact to masked armed robbery.
Nineteen-year-old Scott Hanright of Wakefield faces murder, masked armed robbery, firearm violations and other charges. Fifty one-year-old Kevin Dingwell, also of Wakefield, is charged with accessory after the fact of robbery and willfully misleading a police officer.
It was unclear if the suspects have attorneys.
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