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$50K bail for man who allegedly fought officers

LEOMINSTER -- District Court Judge Mark E. Noonan set bail at $50,000 on Friday for a Roxbury man accused of trafficking cocaine and fighting with police officers.
Mario Villar, 33, is charged with trafficking in cocaine, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute, resisting arrest and conspiracy to violate drug law, after members of the North Worcester County Drug Task Force arrested him Thursday evening.
Villar was the passenger in a car being driven by Yohanny Perez, 30, of Methuen, and task force members had been tipped off that the pair were about to make a drug delivery, according to a report from Leominster Detective Joseph L. Siciliano Jr.
The arrest happened in the area of Spruce and Mechanic Streets.
Noonan noted in court documents Villar has an ongoing trafficking case, and Villar's bail was revoked in a Worcester Superior Court case Friday.
Perez is free on $5,000 bail after being arraigned Friday on charges of trafficking in cocaine, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate drug law.
Both are due back in court Oct. 2.

Judge: Drunken driver violated probation

LEOMINSTER -- A Fitchburg man who served a drunken driving sentence has returned to jail after Leominster District Court Judge Mark E. Noonan determined he violated the terms of his probation upon release. Timothy J. Hoey, 56, of 1742 Columbus St., was sentenced Friday to a year in jail with credit for 15 days time served. The sentence applies to Hoey's third OUI offense.

Hoey did not comply with the terms of his suspended sentence, which required him to report to alcohol treatment meetings and report to probation.
Hoey was arrested by State Police Trooper Jeffrey Sullivan in the summer of 2007 after the trooper saw Hoey's car swerving on Route 2.
He initially faced a fifth-offense drunk-driving charge, which was later amended in court.
Sullivan wrote in his report Hoey was combative after being caught driving with several empty beer cans and a half-empty pint of vodka in his car. "I asked for his license and registration and he yelled, 'Timothy Hoey 7/12/52,'" Sullivan wrote. "Hoey then stated, 'I'm not driving. You didn't see me driving.'"
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