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MBTA police officer arrested two more times following house party arrest in Salem
“He’s in a position of trust, sworn to uphold the law he’s continued to allegedly violate,” Salem police prosecutor Jason Grosky said. “His behavior shows he can’t or won’t follow court orders, he won’t leave the victim alone, and he poses a significant danger.”
Jaime was freed on bail Sunday after allegedly hitting three cars and a bank drive-thru canopy as he fled from a house party at Meadow Lane in Salem around 11 p.m. on Saturday, police said. Witnesses told police Jaime assaulted a female guest at the party before fleeing in his black Dodge Durango.
Jaime’s lawyer, Anthony DiFruscia, argued for his client to be freed on personal recognizance. He told Judge Robert Stephen that his client has PTSD from military combat in Iraq and his involvement in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Stephen said he would only allow bail to be reduced to personal recognizance if Jaime could convince the court that he was going into in-patient treatment to address his PTSD.
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