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Boyfriend of woman found dead faces faces judge, family of victim in court

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The man arrested in connection with the death of a woman found alongside a Massachusetts road was arraigned Thursday as family and friends of the victim became emotional watching the courtroom proceedings.The Essex County District Attorney’s Office said Bruce Maiben, 44, of Lynn, is charged with larceny over $1,200, tampering with evidence and obstruction as the investigation into the death of Sherell Pringle of Woburn continues.”He’s a murderer,” one person in the courtroom shouted following Maiben’s arraignment. Maiben is not currently facing any charges directly relating to Pringle’s death but was held until a dangerousness hearing could be held next Tuesday. The district attorney’s office said it suspected foul play in the death of Pringle, a 40-year-old Woburn mother who had been missing since Saturday night. Authorities have not released any additional information into Pringle’s death, and the police report into the death investigation has been impounded. “I’m just glad they have him and I hope he gets everything that he deserves,” said Pearl Garner, Pringle’s mother. “He shouldn’t be loose, walking around here to do this to somebody else.”Family found Pringle’s body Tuesday afternoon. Earlier in the day, her son told WCVB that Pringle had gone out on a date Saturday night with a man she had been in a relationship with for several months.“Everything ties back to he was the last person with her. If you’re the last person with somebody that’s missing, you should be the first one to help, the first one to the police, the first with everything, but this guy don’t want to be in contact with nobody. That’s a sign right there,” said son Jahmani Larionne.An autopsy was being conducted into Pringle’s death. Maiben was scheduled to appear in court again on Tuesday.

The man arrested in connection with the death of a woman found alongside a Massachusetts road was arraigned Thursday as family and friends of the victim became emotional watching the courtroom proceedings.

The Essex County District Attorney’s Office said Bruce Maiben, 44, of Lynn, is charged with larceny over $1,200, tampering with evidence and obstruction as the investigation into the death of Sherell Pringle of Woburn continues.

“He’s a murderer,” one person in the courtroom shouted following Maiben’s arraignment.

Maiben is not currently facing any charges directly relating to Pringle’s death but was held until a dangerousness hearing could be held next Tuesday.

The district attorney’s office said it suspected foul play in the death of Pringle, a 40-year-old Woburn mother who had been missing since Saturday night.

Authorities have not released any additional information into Pringle’s death, and the police report into the death investigation has been impounded.

“I’m just glad they have him and I hope he gets everything that he deserves,” said Pearl Garner, Pringle’s mother. “He shouldn’t be loose, walking around here to do this to somebody else.”

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Sherell Pringle

Family found Pringle’s body Tuesday afternoon. Earlier in the day, her son told WCVB that Pringle had gone out on a date Saturday night with a man she had been in a relationship with for several months.

“Everything ties back to he was the last person with her. If you’re the last person with somebody that’s missing, you should be the first one to help, the first one to the police, the first with everything, but this guy don’t want to be in contact with nobody. That’s a sign right there,” said son Jahmani Larionne.

An autopsy was being conducted into Pringle’s death.

Maiben was scheduled to appear in court again on Tuesday.

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