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Boston cops: Beef up bail to close revolving door


January 25, 2006
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Boston cops: Beef up bail to close revolving door

By MICHELE McPHEE
 
Copyright 2006 Boston Herald Inc. 
 
Anthony Williams was a busy man last weekend. So were the Boston police officers who arrested him three times in two days.

Williams, 38, started his alleged weekend crime spree Friday night when he was arrested for drug possession on Mount Pleasant Avenue in Roxbury. A friend bailed him out, only to have him busted again early Saturday morning for trespassing on the same street, according to the Boston police journal log.

Again, Williams was bailed out and back on the streets. That is until around noontime yesterday when he and another man, Marc Ross, were busted in a stolen car - which they were driving down Mount Pleasant Avenue.

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