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Boston Man Nabbed on Felony OUI Charge in Natick

The following arrest information was supplied by the Natick Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Natick police arrest log. Patch file photo
Natick police arrest log. Patch file photo

A motor vehicle stop by the Natick Police Department on Jan. 25 resulted in the arrest of a Boston man.

According to the Natick police log, an officer on patrol on North Main Street pulled over a motorist at about 2:18 p.m.

After the officer completed an investigation, Tony Barroso Dias, 37, of 1 Park Lane, Apt. 418, was arrested and charged with:

  • OUI liquor, third offense;
  • Failure to move over when approaching stationary emergency vehicle;
  • Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license for OUI.

According to dmv.org, if convicted, Dias faces:

  • Felony charge.
  • License suspension for eight years.
  • $1,000 - $15,000 fine.
  • Possible jail time between 180 days and 2 ½ years, or prison time between 2 ½ years and 5 years. The judge can reduce the sentence to 150 days; otherwise, he isn't eligible for parole until he serves 150 days.
  • Possible alcohol education program.
  • Mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device.
  • Possible vehicle registration revocation.
  • A license reinstatement fee ranging from $50 to $1,200, depending on the specifics of the crime.

Dias was scheduled to be arraigned at Framingham District Court on Jan. 27.      

Other arrests made by Natick officers on Jan. 25 include:

  • Tevin Lennox Wilson, 21, of 12 Grandview St., Apt. 15, Framingham — Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, number plate violation, speeding, and a default warrant for suspended license and speeding charges;
  • Christoper A. Cederman, 44, homeless — disorderly conduct;
  • Nicholas R. Whitney, 31, of 157 Hartford St., Natick — receiving a stolen motor vehicle, and six default warrants. Warrants not specified in the report.

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