Homeless Man Impedes Rush Hour Traffic, Suspect Held on Attempted Murder
A weekly column detailing the standout cases in Marlborough District Court.
The Court Report is a weekly column highlighting some of the cases in Marlborough District Court that are of interest to the public. If you see an arrest in the police log and would like to see a follow-up on the disposition of the case, tell us in the comments and look for it the following week.
Rhomal Yuvini Silva, 25, of 44 Park St., Apt. 402, was arrested on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 20 on multiple counts of attempted murder and Assault. He appeared for arraignment in Marlborough District Court Thursday, Oct. 20, and was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing which was held Wednesday, Oct. 26. After the hearing, the suspect remains in state custody without bail, said court records. He will return to Marlborough District Court Friday, Nov. 18 for a pretrial hearing.
Juan Abed Montanez Jr., 22, of 342 Lincoln St., Apt. 423, was arrested Sunday, Oct. 23 and charged with violating an abuse prevention order and resisting arrest. After appearing in court the following day, bail was set at $1,000 cash or $10,000 bond. Court records reveal that Montanez was seen with a victim he had previously been accused of assaulting, and was in violation of a restraining order. Officers located the suspect at his apartment and eventually arrested him for violating said order. He will return to court Monday, Nov. 21.
Thomas J. Madden, 49, a Hudson homeless man, was arrested in the vicinity of the Piccadilly Pub, 587 Bolton St., after running into traffic during rushing hour traffic (approx. 5:15 p.m.) to allegedly scream at passing vehicles. He is arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and littering trash after the responding officer observed Madden throwing trash at vehicles while waving his arms and yelling. Court records reveal that the officer observed trash strewn about the roadway and a heavy scent of alcohol about the suspect. After being approached, Madden became agitated and began cursing at the officer. The officer said in court documents that he could not reason with the suspect, and also noticed that his hands were bleeding from fresh wounds. The officer advised the suspect that he was under arrest at which time he began to resist. Madden was released on his own recognizance and ordered to return to court Monday, Nov. 28.