Updated 03/15/2011 05:28 PM
Man Charged In Two-Borough Killing Spree Pleads Not Guilty To Subway Stabbing
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The Brooklyn man accused of carrying out a deadly stabbing spree that left four people dead pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon at his arraignment today.
A lawyer for Maksim Gelman entered the plea.
Gelman followed the arraignment on a closed-circuit television from his hospital room and waived a formal reading of his charges.
The indictment alleges that on February 12, Gelman attacked Joseph Lozito on a northbound Number 3 train between West 34th and West 42nd Streets. Lozito was stabbed in the head, neck, and arm.
This attack, according to the indictment, followed a crime spree in Brooklyn the day before that left four dead and two others injured.
If found guilty of the subway attack, he could face up to 25 years in prison.
His next court appearance is set for June 7.