Men Involved in Officer Maguire Shooting Were in Court Today
The probable cause hearing for the two Wakefield men involved in the Dec. 26 robbery of Kohl's Department Store and the killing of Officer Jack Maguire was continued to late March.
The two Wakefield men who allegedly participated in an armed robbery at Kohl's Department store on Dec. 26 that lead to the shooting death of Woburn Police Officer Jack Maguire have had their court date pushed into March.
The two men, Scott Hanright, 19, and Kevin Dingwell, 41, who had been living at 59 Richardson St. in Wakefield in the months prior to the alleged crime, were scheduled to appear in Woburn District Court today for probable cause hearings. However, the date has been continued to March 29, according to a clerk at the Woburn Court. This is the second time the case has been continued.
Hanwright is charged with first degree murder and armed robbery for his alleged role in acting as a lookout for Dominic Cinelli, 57, the identified shooter of Officer Maguire. Cinelli, who had been let out on parole from serving 3 life sentences, was killed in the ensuing firefight with police after the robbery. Dingwell is charged with assessory after the fact for his alleged role in reportedly picking up Hanwright that night from a nearby parking lot.
The death of Officer Maguire, who lived in Wilmington, shocked the residents of Woburn, Wilmington, and other communities in the area. Maguire is the only member of the Woburn police department to have been killed in the line of duty.
The entire incident sparked a state-wide debate over the release of Cinelli on parole. In the controversy that ensued after the shooting, and all five parole board members resigned from their posts.