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Marlborough Man Held Without Bail on 7th OUI Arrest

Police said suspect was driving a stolen motor vehicle at the time.

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

John P. Sawicki, 49, of 276 Main St., Apt. 43, is being held without bail after being arrested during a motor vehicle stop Tuesday, Feb. 7. and state police officers began searching for Sawicki after another motorist reported him to be driving erratically on 290 eastbound. He was located on Pleasant Street in Marlborough and charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, possession of an open containing of alcohol in a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked license and fifth (or greater) offense OUI liquor.

Police records said that the car had been stolen out of Worcester, and there were several open beer cans in the vehicle. This was at least Sawicki's seventh arrest for OUI liquor, and records indicated that he has six previous convictions, the last out of Leominster District Court in August of 2004. 

Sawicki is scheduled to return to Friday, March 9. 

John Bullerjahn February 10, 2012 at 10:11 PM
They let him out, or is he being until then? Hope he's being held otherwise it would be a flagrant travesty of justice.
Josh Gray February 10, 2012 at 11:54 PM
I think I led with the fact that he is being held. They will review the status of the case in early March.
John Bullerjahn February 11, 2012 at 12:56 PM
You did. Mea culpa. That's what I get for speed reading.
Paul Doucette February 11, 2012 at 02:14 PM
I thought the Marlborough Man died in 1972 of lung cancer,

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