Frank Ceccaroni was arrested yesterday and faces his sixth DUI offense. Ceccaroni was arraigned in Woburn District Court on charges that he led State Police on a chase at speeds of more than 130 miles per hour on Interstate 93 heading south into Boston while under the influence. Ceccaroni pleaded not guilty to 15 charges, including driving under the influence, and is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing.
Chapter 276, Section 58A of the Massachusetts General Laws, also known as the “dangerousness statute,” allows the Commonwealth to move for pretrial detention if the defendant is facing a third or more DUI offense. Ceccaroni could remain in detention if the judge in the hearing deems that no conditions of release will adequately assure the safety of the public.
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