Suspect in Worcester shooting held without bail
WORCESTER, Mass.—A man accused of fatally shooting another man in a brawl between two gangs outside Worcester City Hall has been ordered held without bail.
Nathaniel Robinson, who was tracked down in New York City following the daytime shooting on Nov. 30, pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges at his arraignment Tuesday in district court.
The Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/vQyObV) reports that prosecutors think the 19-year-old Robinson pulled the trigger during the brawl in which 20-year-old Javier Santiago was killed.
Robinson was tracked to the Bronx on Dec. 9.
One other man has been arrested in connection with the shooting that police say stemmed from a dispute between rival gangs.
Robinson's lawyer had no comment.
Information from: Telegram & Gazette, http://www.telegram.com