BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com/AP) - Prosecutors accuse a Boston man of fatally stabbing a 24-year-old woman last summer and then using her money to buy scratch tickets and a cell phone.
Officials shared the new details during 29-year-old Edwin Alemany's arraignment in Superior Court Wednesday. Alemany pleaded not guilty to 20 charges, including first-degree murder, and was ordered held without bail. The 29-year-old was indicted last month in the July death of Amy Lord, a Wilbraham native living in South Boston.
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