David Jaime, a sergeant on the MBTA Police, has had a restraining order placed on him and has been arrested three times in two days. He has been placed paid administrative leave. Jaime has worked on the police force for 6 years. The MBTA refused to disclose if there had been any discipline of him in the past.
Officer Jaime was first arrested after he allegedly assaulted a a woman at a party and fled the area. The alleged victim went to the hospital with injuries to her face, throat, head, and arm. Police then located Jaime’s car where it had hit a building causing property damage. Jaime then fled the police on foot through a wooded area where he resisted arrest before he was ultimately arrested. Jaime was then taken to the hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. At that time a restraining order was issued against Jaime and Jaime was then released from the hospital on bail. He was charged with operating under the influence, trespass, resisting arrest, and domestic violence.
The day after his release on bail, Jaime was arrested again this time for a violation of a restraining order. It is unclear what was the violation that caused his arrest. After his arrest Jaime was released . After his arrest for the violation of the order Jaime was arrested again for violation of a restraining order. Again it is alleged that Jaime violated a restraining order. After the third arrest Jaime was not released on bail and was being held until his arraignment.
Clearly, Officer Jaime needs to find a domestic violence and criminal lawyer if he stands any chance of mounting a defense to many charges he now faces. An attorney may be able to help him stay out of jail and keep his job.
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