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Boston jail detainee charged with beating caseworker

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

A Nashua Street Jail detainee faces a charge of assault and battery on a correctional facility employee after he allegedly beat a caseworker while she was meeting with him earlier this month.
“I don't discriminate,” detainee Ahmad Maiden allegedly told responding staff as they were restraining him, according to the police report, “ that I hit her.”
Maiden, 43, appeared in Boston Municipal Court Wednesday for arraignment on a count of assault and battery on a correctional facility employee, disturbing a correctional institution, and threats. Judge Mark Summerville ordered Maiden held in...
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