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Bristol County man who has been arraigned nearly 100 times, charged in wrong-way crash on Route 195



A Bristol County man has been charged in Superior Court with multiple driving offenses including DUI resulting in serious bodily injury following his arrest by State Police.

According to Attorney General Peter Neronha, on March 13, 2023, the Office of the Attorney General charged 30-year-old Cary Guy of Dighton by way of criminal information, with four counts of DUI resulting in serious bodily injury, four counts of driving to endanger resulting in serious bodily injury, two counts of driving to endanger resulting in physical injury, two counts of drug possession, and one count of reckless driving.

According to Rehoboth Police Sergeant Brian Ramos, last May, Rehoboth Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Moulton Street (Route 118) for a speeding violation. As the officer approached the vehicle to make contact with the driver, it fled the scene.

Rehoboth Police initiated a pursuit of the Ford F-150 pick-up truck which failed to stop for police. During the pursuit, the suspect made two attempts to strike the cruiser of the pursuing officer. The vehicle continued onto Route 195 westbound in Rehoboth and crossed the median strip and began traveling west, in the wrong direction, on Route 195 east.

At this time, Rehoboth Police terminated their pursuit of the vehicle which continued to operate in the wrong direction through Seekonk and into the City of East Providence. The vehicle failed to stop for the East Providence Police as well and was subsequently involved in a motor vehicle crash on Route 195 in the City of East Providence. Guy was then transported to Rhode Island Hospital for serious injuries.

It is further alleged in the criminal information that while at the hospital, law enforcement officials attempted a field sobriety test and requested the defendant submit to a chemical blood test, to which he declined. Rescue personnel transported five victims to Rhode Island Hospital with serious injuries sustained during the crash, and a sixth was transported to Charlton Memorial Hospital.

According to Rehoboth Police, Guy is well-known to police and has 97 adult criminal arraignments in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, several of those arraignments are associated with failing to stop for police.

The defendant is scheduled to be arraigned on May 11, 2023, in Providence County Superior Court.



  1. Fed Up

    April 28, 2023 at 6:28 pm

    97 criminal arraignments? How is this even possible he’s allowed to roam the streets? Which judge signed off on this? This state is pathetic and all the politicians who run it.

  2. Jk

    April 28, 2023 at 9:55 pm

    You have to admire this guy, Mr. Guy. He certainly has made a fool of the legal system.

    Notice it doesn’t say he’s being held for arraignment.

  3. MA laws suck

    April 29, 2023 at 11:49 am

    So, now what genius state leaders ? Lolololol. Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Our leaders are pathetic.

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