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He was arrested in Queens, April 25 and has been entered into removal proceedings.
BROCKTON – Children and teenagers will scurry around neighborhoods throughout the region on Tuesday in hopes of getting as much candy as possible.
John Lacroix sat holding his head in his hands and stared down as Judge Kathryn Mc Kerlie read her verdict Tuesday in Stratford. Lacroix was visibly upset with the decision to wait.
Lacroix, 48, was arrested at the Stonetown Heritage Festival in St. The judge also rejected Lacroix’s statement that he didn’t notice a playground in the area near where he parked his motorhome. Through Van Drunen, Lacroix asked to be sentenced immediately but Mc Kerlie opted to wait for a pre-sentence report to be prepared by the probation office. Lacroix was charged with violating section 161 of the Criminal Code, specifically subsection A which prohibits attending a public park or public swimming area where persons under the age of 16 are present or can reasonably be expected to be present.
Officials also say homeowners should avoid placing lit candles and jack-o-lanterns on doorsteps or in walkways to prevent potential fires.
“Halloween is always a fun time of year; however, it’s important to be cautious and celebrate responsibly, especially when lighting pumpkins and other decorations,” Whitman Fire Chief Timothy Grenno said.
In the course of normal targeted enforcement activities, ERO officers apprehended two individuals with past criminal sexual offenses.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested two convicted sexual predators Tuesday in the New York metropolitan area.
Police ask homeowners to keep inside and outside lights on during trick-or-treating hours, to only hand out packaged and wrapped candy and not to give out small toys that could lead to choking or lead poisoning.While Brockton alone has 127 registered offenders who either live, work or attend school in the city, there are also a high number of registered Level 2 and Level 3 sex offenders in the region’s suburbs.An Enterprise review of the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board found about 75 sex offenders who live or work in towns in the greater Brockton region.A few local police departments also released safety tips ahead of the holiday.“We’re excited to get into the Halloween spirit again this year,” said East Bridgewater Police Chief Scott Allen.