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NBC4 reports that a paralyzed man in a wheelchair accused of robbing a woman and attempting to mug a teenager pleaded not guilty to charges that could send him to prison for 117 years.

Juan Romero Robles, 36, of Valinda, also known as Miguel Angel Corlione, was arraigned Wednesday on charges of robbery, attempted robbery and dissuading a witness, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported.

Robles is accused of using a plastic handgun during the alleged crimes at a bus stop at Amar Road and Vineland Avenue in Valinda Dec. 10.

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Sheriff's deputies arrested him as he and his wheelchair were being lifted onto a Foothill Transit bus, the newspaper reported.