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By Sydney Schwartz
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Aug 26, 2008 @ 06:09 AM

A Marshfield man previously charged with threatening to blow up a house, threatening to kill a woman and assaulting a neighbor is now accused of assaulting a disabled woman.
Police charged Gregory Carter, 61, of 147 Somerville St. with assault and battery on a disabled person, intimidation of a witness and two counts of indecent assault and battery.
Police said they received a call Sunday afternoon from a disabled woman who said Carter assaulted her the previous night. The woman had stayed at Carter's home over the weekend.
The woman told police that Carter was intoxicated Saturday and grabbed at her breasts, made rude statements toward her and attempted to touch her inappropriately, police said.
Police said she pushed him away and tried to call someone for help, but he grabbed her by the wrist, twisted her arm and took the phone away. Other people in the house separated the two and took the woman outside, where her daughter picked her up.
Carter, a Vietnam War veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, was held on $5,000 bail Sunday night and arraigned in Plymouth District Court on Monday.
In August 2005, police charged Carter with assault with a knife and unlawful possession of a switchbladeafter an incident involving a neighbor.
In January 2000, he was charged with kidnapping, indecent assault and threatening to commit murder.
Police said he coaxed a 28-year-old woman into accepting a ride, molested her at his home and threatened to kill her.
Police said in October 1999 he entered a Nantasket Street home and threatened to stab a man and blow up his house. He was released on bail, but was taken back into custody a few days later after making threatening phone calls to the man, police charged.
In connection with those incidents, he was charged with home invasion, armed assault in a dwelling, assault with intent to murder, threats to do bodily harm, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of plastic explosives and intimidating a government witness.
Information on the outcome of those charges was unavailable Monday.
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