BoSox broadcaster’s son pleads not guilty in death

WOBURN, Mass. — The son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy has pleaded not guilty in the stabbing death of his girlfriend.

Jared Remy was held without bail at his arraignment Tuesday in Woburn, Mass., on murder and assault charges. The 35-year-old Remy has pleaded not guilty in the stabbing death of Jennifer Martel.

Prosecutors say Remy stabbed Martel at their Waltham apartment on Aug. 15. Authorities say he was covered in blood when they arrested him at the scene. The alleged attack came a day after Remy was released from custody after being accused of assaulting Martel.

In a jailhouse interview with the Boston Herald, Remy denied killing Martel and said he still loves her.

After his son’s arrest, Jerry Remy announced he wouldn’t return to the broadcast booth this season.

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