October 22, 2017
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Colby student’s bail conditions modified

The Associated Press

WATERVILLE, Maine — One of three Colby College students arrested on Easter has had his bail conditions modified and can no longer be searched or tested for alcohol or drugs unless police have good reason to do so.

Bail conditions were set for 22-year-old Ozzy Ramirez after he was charged with assault and criminal trespassing for allegedly trying to interfere with efforts to assist a student who was ill in a campus building after a dance.

Kennebec County Superior Court Justice Nancy Mills on Friday modified the conditions so police have to have just reason to test or search Ramirez.

But Mills said Ramirez must still abstain from using or possessing alcohol or illegal drugs, saying his 0.13 percent blood-alcohol content after his arrest was “getting up there.”


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