RAW Part 2: LaCroix's Attorney Defends the Chief





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Published on Jun 21, 2012

Waltham Newswatch, June 21, 2012
Part Two of a dangerousness hearing for Waltham Police Chief Thomas LaCroix on June 21, 2012, in Concord District Court.

Citing LaCroix's character and community standing, attorney Peter Bella opposes the Middlesex prosecutor's request for a GPS monitoring bracelet as one of the chief's conditions of release. Judge Paul Yee is not persuaded, adding the bracelet to a list of 12 other conditions.

LaCroix remains out of the camera's view for the duration of the hearing.

He must check into a unnamed mental health facility within 24 hours and remain under the supervision of a family member. Other conditions include no contact with the victim, no drugs or alcohol and surrender any fireams.

LaCroix faces charges that he assaulted and threatened his wife and a female friend at the couple's Maynard home in two separate incidents on June 12. The next hearing is scheduled for August 3.


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