North Adams Man’s Assault Charges Dropped – Berkshire Eagle Online

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Rutberg for a failure to prosecute after the alleged victim did not appear. A charge of attempted murder had been dropped by the prosecution in May. The charges stemmed from an April 19 incident. Ladouceurs live-in girlfriend walked into the North Adams Police Station that morning, telling police that Ladouceur assaulted her and that he could be hurting himself. During the dispute, Ladouceur allegedly punched and broke a television and stabbed a wall with knives, in addition to assaulting the woman by both strangulation and punching her in the stomach. Police officers from North Adams, Clarksburg, and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Police all responded to in the incident and investigated the apartment.
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Hercules: Suspected jail escapee, murderer had tried to escape from Contra Costa jail too – San Jose Mercury News

Every woman deserves a success story. What we need: Packages of panty hose (new) Dress socks Square and round clothing sizers New or used clothing racks and fixtures Clear plastic storage containersall sizes Vintage chairs, dressers, vanities, mirrors Small rolling files or four-drawer filing cabinets Three-way mirror Table fans and stand-up fans Office supplies Personal shopper volunteers General volunteers Donations are accepted by appointment at 5540 Durand Ave., Suite B-296, Racine. Call 262-898-5530 to make a donation appointment or for more information. More information is also available at www.dressforsuccess.org/racine. Racine Theatre Guild Gift cards in any amounts to: Best Buy, grocery stores, Home Depot, Office Depot or OfficeMax, Menards, Sam’s Club Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. Call Beth or Doug at 262-633-1250 or stop by 2519 Northwestern Ave.
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And a year before his successful escape from the San Bernardino County jail, Washington tried to escape from the same facility, bolting from a police interview room before he was quickly captured, she said. Manoukian mentioned the escape attempts after Washington’s attorney asked the judge to allow his client to sit in court unshackled. As six sheriff’s deputies looked on, Judge Patricia Scanlon said Washington’s hands were not restrained and called the shackles to his chair “fairly unobtrusive” and denied the request.
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