Camuti, 69, will face an attempted murder charge, among others, on Oct. 16 in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn.
Camuti was indicted on Oct. 3 by a Middlesex Grand Jury on charges of attempted murder, misleading police, and unlawful disposition of human remains in the death of Steven Rakes, a witness in the Whitey Bulger trial.
The body of Rakes, 59, was discovered at 1:30 p.m. on July 17 in a wooded area off Mill Street in Lincoln.
Since his arrest, Camuti has been evicted from his apartment at the Musketahquid Village on Hudson Road, Sudbury Police Chief Scott Nix said.
Prior to his arrest in the Rakes case, Camuti attempted suicide in his apartment and was taken to Bridgewater State Hospital.
Officials have said Camuti poisoned Rakes over a bad buisness deal.
This isn't Camuti's first brush with the law. According to caselaw.findlaw.com, in a jury trial beginning in September 1993, Camuti was tried on 13 counts of mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud investors by obtaining their funds through false representations.
On Oct. 18, 1993, the jury acquitted Camuti on two counts and convicted him on the remaining 11 counts. Camuti was sentenced on Feb. 28, 1994 to 116 months imprisonment and ordered to pay $2,528,000 in restitution.