WORCESTER — Jonathan Lind, the one-time boyfriend of Julia Enright, the Ashburnham woman convicted of killing a man in an Ashburnham treehouse, has been indicted on perjury and accessory charges.
He is also charged with the illegal conveying of a human body and misleading a grand jury.
A Worcester County grand jury handed up the indictments Thursday.
In November, after an 11-day trial in Worcester Superior Court, Enright was convicted of the 2018 killing of Brandon Chicklis. During the trial and in earlier court proceedings involving Lind, authorities said Lind aided Enright in disposing of the body.
Chicklis’s largely skeletonized remains were found off the side of a highway in Rindge, New Hampshire.
State police during Enright’s trial said that location data for Lind’s phone indicated it traveled back and forth between the Ashburnham and Rindge areas multiple times.
Lind was arrested two weeks after the trial ended and was initially arraigned in Winchendon District Court, where he pleaded not guilty. The indictment will move the case to the Worcester Superior Court, where he is due to be arraigned Feb. 15. He posted his earlier bail of $7,500.
Enright's sentencing on a second-degree murder conviction is scheduled for March 4.
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