SOUTHINGTON – A Bristol the human race accused of assaulting a special takes child must soon decide regardless if it’s he wants to take a plea contend.
Scott Squires, 42, was granted a duration during a hearing Thursday in Bristol Superior Court for his personal injury attorney to go over the plea bargain through him. Prosecutors indicated the next sec date would be marked down as an “accept or reject” hearing – meaning Squires must take the deal on the other hand formally turn it down.
Turning down the plea bargain might probably leave Squires with the option of in the hunt for a new deal from a judge or even heading to trial.
Squires, who is free on $15, 500 bond, was first arrested on Oct. 26, 2017, in connection with two police warrants. Police said one of the warrants been a result of several an incident on Aug. certain, 2017, when he allegedly knocked an exclusive needs child to the floor for domestic dispute at a Southington place of abode.
The child suffered petty ? insignificant ? peripheral ? light ? unimportant injuries.
Squires if that’s the case faces charges of third-degree assault on a disabled person, third-degree attack and risk of injury to a minor.
The other warrant, police dietary fad, stemmed from a domestic dispute of Aug. 7, 2017. In that case, congruent with police, Squires allegedly kicked an employee and tried to force them aside a local home. The victim got minor injuries. He faces cost of third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace in that case.
Squires was arrested truly on Oct. 4 after absent of a court appearance in connection with to clean two assault cases. He symbole one count each of first- along with second-degree failure to appear.
Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or jmuszynski@bristolpress. com.