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New England Patriots fan pleads not guilty to pulling fire alarm at Steelers' hotel

Brisbane Times Monday, 23 January 2017
A Boston man described by his lawyer as a "die-hard Patriots fan" has pleaded not guilty to pulling a fire alarm that roused the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers from their hotel beds ahead of their playoff game against New England.
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The man police say pulled a fire alarm early Sunday morning at the hotel where the Pittsburgh Steelers were staying was arraigned in South Boston Municipal Court Monday. WBZ-TV's David Robichaud reports.

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