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Brothers plead not guilty to attempting to defraud One Fund of $2m

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Two brothers accused of trying to defraud One Fund Boston, a relief organization for Boston Marathon bombing victims, of $2 million pleaded not guilty at their arraignment Wednesday, according to Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office. Branden Mattier, 22, and Domunique Grice, 27, both of the South End, were charged with conspiracy to commit larceny over $250, along with other offenses in Suffolk Superior Court, Coakley’s office said. Mattier and Grice allegedly submitted a false claim that their deceased aunt suffered double amputation from the bombings, said Coakley’s office. The brothers are due back in court Oct. 8 for a pretrial hearing.

Derek J. Anderson can be reached at derek.anderson@globe.com.
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